Discussion in 'Vols Football' started by A-Smith, Feb 1, 2021.
Guarantano over UT Peterman. He couldn’t even hand the ball off
Peterman’s start against Florida will forever be the worst performance in football history
Had to be an intentional int.
For his sake, I hope it was. It's the worst interception I've ever seen a major D1 QB throw.
Peterman. He only played a few downs.
Well now that’s a fair point
I'll never forget those Peterman snaps against Florida. The worst sequences of football I have ever seen. Wouldn't believe it if it were in a movie.
He actually had some talent. Just another indictment of Butch et al. that they couldn't get a QB ready to play.
It’s like if Rudy played QB.
I mean, Chaney turned him into a borderline All-Conference QB. 2.8k yards, 27 TDs, 7int his senior year. And Clemson’s lone defeat that year.
I’d definitely take Pitt Peterman over Guarantano
Grant, I think...
I dunno. His first start for the Bills is in the conversation.
All else equal, 98 squad members get the nod.
Martin because of NC ( I always felt Clausen was a great QB but I have to go with the intangibles that allowed T to get the NC and a record 23 pass completions in a row at SC.)
Manning LOL whats the question again?
Webb he was special before he got hurt
Cobb was a beast who had either a 99/100 or 100/100 power rating on super techmo bowl when he was at Tampa Bay...that video game did not lie.
Pickens he was our Bo Jackson.
Harper was a freak of nature. People were apoplectic when Dallas picked him over Morgan but they got a steal and in the playoffs outshined Micheal Irving with miraculous catches.
Carter ... Pickens favorite player because Carter allowed him to return to WR
Reggie White, come on, the other guys are good and one even broke his record but they will never eclipse the Minister of Defense.
Neyland at that volume may never happen again.
I forget that we were competitive in a lot of these games right up until the Guarantano effect took hold.
Play it smart, and we are probably tied at 13 going into the 4th. Mother[uck fay]er.
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