What “OR” means.

Matt Hinton’s prediction of how Spurrier will deploy his quarterback tandem strikes me as, well… just about perfect:

Best guess: They’re both gonna play. Garcia will start against USM, but in grand Spurrier fashion, Shaw will see extended action, look underwhelming, and yield to Garcia for the next month or so, until Spurrier gets exasperated again. Rinse, lather and repeat throughout the year, with Garcia taking three-fourths of the snaps but yielding to Shaw for extended periods of time, and possibly a start or two at most. But Spurrier has never shown much patience with anything less than a Heisman-worthy effort from his starter, and this doesn’t seem like any place to start.

Apply.  Lather.  Rinse.  Repeat.


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7 responses to “What “OR” means.

  1. Talk about having a Freudian middle name.


  2. 69Dawg

    Hopefully our new D will not make SOS feel that he has that Heisman Trophy QB.


  3. rbubp

    I honestly don’t see why any decent QB would want to play for the guy. It isn’t like he has a great track record of getting them to the pros, and he’s obviously an absolute nightmare to play for.


    • He may be a nightmare to play for, but he’s had several guys go to the pros and play significant time so I think the

      It isn’t like he has a great track record of getting them to the pros

      isn’t a fair thing to say.
      Wuerrfel, Doug Johnson, Shane Matthews, and sexy Rexy would like to discuss the matter.


      • Dog in Fla

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