Progress of a sorts: “…we shouldn’t have too many awful signal callers.”

I enjoy it when the guys at And The Valley Shook! roll out their preseason position rankings, and this post on the SEC’s 2017 quarterback group is no exception.

There are two obvious takeaways from their ballots:  one, with a couple of exceptions, nobody really knows what to expect from the position this season, and two, say what you will about him, Dan Mullen is underrated as a developer of quarterbacks.  It’ll be interesting to see how Georgia’s defense handles Nick Fitzgerald.

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4 responses to “Progress of a sorts: “…we shouldn’t have too many awful signal callers.”

  1. Go Dawgs!

    “The quarterbacks won’t be nearly as bad this year!”

    The SEC: It just means more.

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  2. Otto

    Mullen has done very well at MSU given the resources the problem has and not being able to pay to keep good DCs.

    Fitzgerald was coming along nicely last year. Miss. St will be a tough game for UGA.

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  3. Hobnail_Boot

    This, to me, highlights Georgia’s biggest question this season.

    In how many SEC games will the Dawgs have the better QB? Outside of Vandy and U.K., the answer may be zero.

    We’ll see how QB development goes under the new staff. (Obvious caveat being the OL)

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  4. Captain Obvious

    what do you expect from a guy who played in a hs flag football 7 vs. 7 league out west. I dont know why people are so hard on the kid. however…..I am glad there is a legit backup roaming the sidelines. option A or 1A, it doesnt matter to me.

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