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I think it is USCw right now, but FSU is gaining fast.
Bama and ND are also up there.
how is FSU gaining on USCW in any way? i can only think of 3 Qbs. weinke was a 3rd rounder who played for a few years. Ponder has played 2 years total and his team was awful in year 1. and brad johnson won a superbowl.
please please elaborate your thought process
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Its big willy man, dude is brain dead
Bama has a whole heap of terrible QB's in the NFL, and zero black ones cause you know... its a good ol boys club over there
McElroy ? lolz
Parker Wilson ? lolz
McCarron ? easily as gay
I honestly can't think of anybody else, they once had Broadway Joe... and ever since, just hoe after hoe
fsufsu said... I've got about 10 great stories on Lane but all you need to know is he will never be a loser, that's for sure.
Nm. Didn't see it said "bust"
This post was edited by SCirish843 13 months ago
kenny stabler and joe namath are the only ones i can think of
i think the bama nut is pissed because he saw the mario pender thread and it hurt his feelings that he doesnt have anyone awesome like that to root for
Notre Dame and USC
What constitutes a bust? Guys who were drafted high and did not live up to their billing, or high rated prospects who did not live up to their star status in college?
Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken
Oregon has to be near the top. smith, harrington...............
Yeah Big Willy is mad, despite his team being on top he still needs to waste his energy trying to troll FSU or whoever
Lots of Bama fans are very insecure, but we
Yes, but Joe Montana gives us a lifetime pass on QBs.
Very, it doesn't make much sense either
No I did not lose a sig bet, but I am really really really ridiculously good looking.
It does when you consider some of them look like this
If the first guy was a real bama fan he'd get oatmeal cream pies tattooed over his nips
impossible. he wouldnt be alive because other bammers would have eaten him alive thinking they were real
Southern Cal without a doubt. The most successful USC quarterback in my lifetime is Carson Palmer. As a Bengals fan, that's all that needs to be said at how much fail has come out of the LA Coliseum.
"Leaders & Legends? Really? How about just name the divisions, Ohio State & everyone else." -Colin Cowherd
Bust meaning they were 5* who didn't pan out in college or good in college but didn't pan out in the NFL?
Because ND might wear that crown on both accounts.
The funny thing is at least 70% of QB's that make the NFL are so called " bust " material
Most fans don't realize how hard it is to succeed in the NFL
Really Bama, FSU, Miami, UF, USCw, Ohio State, or any major power of the last 30 years.... nearly all their QB's sucked/suck in the NFL
Cause most of them are surrounded by so much talent that winning in college is really easy
Weinke had at least 2000 pass yards that were made after the catch... aka, he had nothing to do with the extra yardage
He could just toss an underhand pitch to Warrick and would get credit for a 78 yard TD pass
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Vinny had his moments...but mostly sucked.
Solid post. If I had any say, I'd award you 10 Pender Points.
Kelly = lost 4 super bowls in a row
But yeah, those 2 are the rare ones and they weren't even that good
Kosar had his moments too
But for the most part, QB's from the big schools don't usually adjust to having to rely on themselves in the NFL... not the incredible talent around them as they play teams with nowhere near the same amount of talent for most weeks
In the NFL, almost every week is like a top 5 matchup in college... but even more fierce than that
Weinke, the Bama kids under Saban, all of LSU's QB's, UF has a whole list of gay ones... all the big time programs produce some weak QB's
Its the guys from random ass places that succeed in the NFL more often than not
Rodgers, Colin K, RG3, Ben Rothlisburger, Flacco, I means it never ends really
If Im an NFL GM, Im maybe never taking a QB from a power program
This post was edited by NoVaNoles 13 months ago
Last 10 or so years? Miami without a doubt
2002- 4* Marc Guillon (fail, Bama fans know first hand)
2003- 5* Kyle Wright (number one QB, epic fail)
2004- 4* Kirby Freeman (facepalm)
2006- 2* Daniel Stegall (who?)
2007- 4* Robert Marve (HAHAHAHAHAHAHA)
2008- 3* Taylor Cook (who?)
2008- 4* Jacory Harris (LOL)
2008- 3* Cannon Smith (me either?)
2010- 3* Stephen Morris (Don't know him)
2012- 3* Gary Crow (???)
2012- 3* Preston Dewey (???)
2012- 3* David Thompson (???)
2013- 4* Kevin Olson (TBD)
Miami's lack of QB development has gone hand and hand with their fall in college football IMO. Ken Dorsey was the last guy who could play.
The crazy thing, is Morris has had more success than anybody on that list, and his best season was 7-5 and barely over 3000 yards
Its crazy how far Miami has fallen, its easy to fix at that school but ever since Ted Roof they have struggled to have any kind of consistency on the field and in terms of a staff
Please explain how a bunch of 3 stars and Kyle Wright trumps this list. Full of 5* fail.
Because it's mixed in with a bunch of really, really good college QB's who locked down the starting spot You can't be QB Bust U when you have JDB, Mark Sanchez, Matt Leinhart, Matt Barkley, and Carson Palmer on that list. LOL. You serious, bro?
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