He’s no Steve Taneyhill, that’s for sure.

Sounds like it’s been a fun offseason for Stephen Garcia and his coaches:

“I can’t go have a sandwich . . . without someone coming up and saying, ‘How’s that (expletive) Garcia doing?’ ” Mangus says. “There’s always a negative connotation toward him all the time.”

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7 responses to “He’s no Steve Taneyhill, that’s for sure.

  1. Umich

    anyone else feel kinda bad for garcia? I think the kid made a really bad call going to sc.

  2. HamDawg11

    If he’d just grow a mullet, he’d at least not be taken seriously….thus, pressure would be taken off of him. Plus, it would look really cool flapping in the wind out of the back of his helmet, kinda like a white predator!

  3. 69Dawg

    Wow big surprise that a SOS coached QB is being talked about. Either the kid has the thickest skin in SC or he is just on auto-pilot. Trust me if SOS had a better QB he would play him, this is the first time in his career he hasn’t been able to just pull a bad QB and forget him. SOS is old school with the QB’s and it has cost him. No QB in his right mind would play for him.

  4. South FL Dawg

    Playing QB for Spurrier requires a “yes sir, no sir” personality, which Garcia lacks. Either Garcia should have picked another school or Spurrier another QB. They’re going down together.

  5. Mayor of Dawgtown

    Garcia is a redshirt junior. He could transfer to another D-IA university (non-SEC) and still have 1 season to play or could go to a D-IAA or D-2 school and play immediately. There are plenty of teams who would want him. If history shows us anything about Spurrier it is that he will stab his own QB in the back at the drop of a hat. Just ask Terry Dean, whom I understand still will not speak to Spurrier. I say: “Get away from that asshole Spurrier as fast as you can. Life is too short to have to put up with his BS. He’ll probably bench you as soon as he thinks the freshman is ready anyway.”