The opposite of a cannon shot

In Columbia, Luke Doty’s out with a sprained ankle and likely to miss the season opener.  No worries, though, mon.

The Gamecocks will turn to their 12th man.

That’s certainly something.


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15 responses to “The opposite of a cannon shot

  1. Hogbody Spradlin

    A walk on quarterback? In this era of QB’s are king? That. Is. Not. Looking. Good.


  2. practicaldawg

    “He’s seen football on TV and he stayed in a Holiday Inn Express last night”

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  3. Ran A

    Saw a couple of highlights of him yesterday. Honestly, he looked better than a lot of QB’s I’ve seen line up behind the ball in Columia. LOL!


    • Down Island Way

      “Sometimes you’ve got to put your realistic glasses on and see who you are.”….Agent Muschamp thanks south carolina for that exit check…


  4. Does that mean Vandy may have a chance to win a conference game this year?

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  5. Beamer: “Quick, get the grounds crew in her stat, we need a new QB! What about any of those kids down at the car wash? Anybody seen them throw a football through the car wash and the ball not get wet? It has to be a thing if the boys at ESPN say it every Saturday.”

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  6. archiecreek

    I hate yard chickens!!


  7. Beamer opens practice this morning: “Gentlemen…this is a football.”

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  8. W Cobb Dawg

    The guy who said ‘maybe we should have more than one QB on the roster’ doesn’t seem so crazy after all.


  9. Dawg19

    I guess Ann Margaret is not coming.


  10. Harold Miller

    Of all the teams in the SEC, South Carolina is certainly one of them.


  11. bigjohnson1992

    They’re gonna be terrible. Vols are gonna be even worse.


  12. CB

    Noland is a Georgia boy. Dad is the head coach at Oconee Co and Stephens Co before that. Not sure which school Zeb played. I think it was Oconee. Anyway he started his career at Iowa State, had a couple of those 400 yard Big 12 games and transferred after Purdy emerged. He landed at N Dakota St where, unfortunately for him, Trey Lance was waiting in the wings. He could actually be a good qb, just perhaps not as good as the guys who supplanted him in previous stops.