“If you don’t got it, you definitely don’t got it.”

Regrets?  Matt Corral’s got a few.

When asked about dealing with a quarterback competition, Corral looked back to his college days at Ole Miss.

“I took the easy way out because I felt I could play right away,” he said about his decision to go to Oxford, Miss. “Knowing what I know now and trusting my instincts and trusting my work ethic, I would have went to a place that would have made me compete.”

… That process of learning the playbook is a key reason why Corral isn’t expected to be a serious competitor for the team’s starting job.

The transition between Ole Miss head coach Lane Kiffin’s system to Panthers’ offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo’s hasn’t been easy even as Corral’s made good progress during the offseason.

I can’t imagine anyone would want to use that in a negative way against Junior on the recruiting trail.  Well, actually I can.

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9 responses to ““If you don’t got it, you definitely don’t got it.”

  1. RangerRuss

    Dumbass.

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  2. Down Island Way

    Slingin’ it around the field and stacking numbers don’t always convert at the next level, conventional (50/50) play calling for the win…

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  3. MGW

    I’m not one to defend Lane Kiffin, but damn kid. Lane’s system is the only reason anyone even knows your name. Or pays you very good money.

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  4. Ran A

    Love watching this kid play. To be fair to Kiffin, I’m not sure how ready he would have been with only one year in any system. But this absolutely helps Georgia, who’s argument is to come here and compete, learn a NFL level/type system and be ready for the league. And this isn’t a knock on Bennett, we need for that to start happening with the bevy of talent stacked in that QB Room sooner than later – meaning on to the league.

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  5. “I can’t imagine anyone would want to use that in a negative way against Junior on the recruiting trail.”
    It will be used against him some. But mostly it will be used by schools that have pretty deep talent to show kids why they should come fight it out on the depth chart, rather than going to a place where they can start easily as a freshman.

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  6. Corch Irvin Meyers, Former Jags Corch (2021)

    Wow, what a completely unnecessary way to throw your coach and your school, and thus the fans who supported you, under the bus.

    Some things are better left unsaid even if you believe they’re true.

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  7. Clayton Joiner

    No kidding, that’s definitely not the “these guys are about as pro-ready as they come” stuff coming out about the men in Athens…

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