When memes go astray…

Let’s summarize the state of quarterbacks across the SEC today, shall we?

Not exactly what anybody had in mind with that “SEC – Year of the Quarterback” stuff, is it.



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19 responses to “When memes go astray…

  1. TennesseeDawg

    Missouri wins and Pinkel still calls out Franklin


  2. Macallanlover

    That is the downside of the picture. On the other side of the coin, at UGA, Bama, and Florida things look pretty positive at QB. Can’t call Mettenberg’s performance yet given the lack of playing anyone but I still feel they are better at QB than they were last year. Saw some of the Old Miss game last night, their QB seems average at best but much better off than a couple of SEC teams I could name. Heh, Heh, Hee.


  3. Metal Steel Chair

    Don’t forget that McCarron – – who has looked really good thus far – – got banged up in the Arky assault, and looked to be wearing a brace on his hand. Moreover, Mr. Mett didn’t look too good in the blowout of the Potatopeople. I believe he had multiple picks in his time on the field.


  4. Brandon

    Relishing in the failure of memes is one of those precious things that make life worth living for.


  5. Scott

    The Missouri QB has even taken an aspirin. He sounds a little looney. I am with Pinkel on this one.


  6. mg4life0331

    Well I cant help but get excited about the games coming up.



  7. Scott

    Quote from St. Louis newspaper:

    “Nothing he does surprises me,” said Willie Franklin. “He’s never even taken an aspirin once in his life. In our family, we don’t believe in taking medication or trying to soften anything with any drugs.”

    That pretty much supports what head coach Gary Pinkel said before and after the game. Pinkel said decisions about medical issues with a player and whether that player will play are always going to be up to the player and the medical staff, not the coaching staff.


  8. Always Someone Else's Fault

    Missouri: I saw some reports that indicated the back-up took the majority of first team snaps during the week. Year of the QB? Year of the Tossing Wounded.


  9. Cojones

    Oh, no! We left’em with nightmares?

    Percy had game-suspending migraines, didn’t he? Why not Franklin?


  10. Scorpio Jones, III

    Worry about Vandy now…why wait?
    Zach Stacy is the best running back against Presbyterian we will see all year.