Zen and the art of quarterbacking

Grasshoppers, attend to the wisdom of JT Daniels.

That second quote sounds like something Monken tells him.

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UPDATE:

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UPDATE #2:  Just putting this out there for general consumption…

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18 responses to “Zen and the art of quarterbacking

  1. ericstrattonrushchairmandamngladtomeetyou

    The best thing JT does is lead.

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  2. Hogbody Spradlin

    The youngster does California Cool pretty well.

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  3. Corch Irvin Meyers, Former Jags Corch (2024)

    I like how he came dressed like Jules and Vincent from Pulp Fiction.

    Seriously disappointed not one reporter asked him about what they call a Quarter Pounder in France.

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  4. Remember the Quincy

    Maybe the first time I’ve ever watched a full interview session like that. A few observations, FWIW:

    he calls his coach “Monken.” Thought that was as California Cool as it gets.
    he handles himself very well in the spotlight.
    only one question about his ACL injury and it wasn’t the “why didn’t you start sooner?” question we all expected.

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  5. artistformerlyknownasbman

    He seems like a really sharp young man. both on and off the field.

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  6. originaluglydawg

    JT really lit up when asked about Beck and called him “game ready”!! That’s pretty high praise coming from the guy in front of you. He was also very complimentary of the QB room as a whole. Those are great, team building statements. You can tell he’s impressed with the talent he has to work with on the O.

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  7. theotherdoug

    JT talking about the greatest strength is the versatility of the offense:
    “So many guys you can out in so many places”
    Love hearing that!

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  8. rigger92

    That second quote is exactly how professional athletes and musicians continue to develop their craft. Job number 1 is to work the fundamentals (easy stuff) every day. Job number 2 is to get your brain out of the way and let your body do what it knows how to do. Inner game of Tennis inspired a lot of people to adapt the lessons to all manner of things. (Yes, I have an education degree from our beloved school)

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  9. TEXBaller

    Slick as goose shit. I love this guy!

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  10. California hits different.

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  11. MGW

    Regarding those odds…. I want to say Gilbert’s eligibility and Daniels seeming extremely confident in himself, the system, and his teammates has carried those odds a long way. But I also wonder if they know something we don’t.

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  12. dman2020

    JTD: “At our best we do simple better than the team we play against. “
    Man that statement is a strong candidate for quote of the year much less the month?

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  13. jdawg108

    He definitely does simple better than Grantham. Not that it’s a high bar.

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  14. Salty Dawg

    Well, color me impressed! I’m all in for him. GO JT!

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