Discussion in 'Football' started by pandajacket, Oct 16, 2019.
Maybe he just saw IT chapter 2, and in his opinion Tim Curry is the true Pennywise.
Wait, what’s all this stuff about him not being qb anymore? Is he no longer ATL?
He is ATL at WR.
BTL at qb?
All he had to do was not fumble on the 1 ft line and he'd still be taking snaps at QB.
Yeah he wasnt listed at qb on the last chart and Yates got that 2 point conversion attempt.
Live by the high step; die by the high step.
He's only a redshirt sophomore so he's a long way from grad transferring.
We need more of this attitude. Many on this board want to bad mouth a kid every chance they get. He didn’t even make the mistake of showing up to a Georgia game.
What do you expect from a Benched “QB”
Tobias is a great football player but he’s not playing Quarterback here. If he can’t accept that it’s time for him to move on.
You guys sure your not reading too much into this? Pretty sure it was about the BBQ
I have no idea what the tweet means. Lately anything said with bad implications for any GT athletics has well - turned out bad. I am not at practice so can't say how he looked throwing the ball. I do know this, he was good enough to start Clemson game. He does have too big of wind up. With that said, from what I've seen in games, he gives us the best chance to win at QB. Great feet and tough runner. On the fumbles, they can happen to all runners. Probably thinks would have won Citadel game if left alone and allowed to play. I personally want to see him play more QB but coaches are at practices to evaluate. If he does get another shot, don't rotate during series please. Who knows - I would be mad if I was open by 10 yards and was missed that bad.
No kidding. This thread is like a bunch of psychopathic Christians looking for a justification for the Inquisition.
Well guess what... This ain't it.
Oh, my bad, thought he was a junior
Pretty sure he was just predicting the Dem debate last night.
NOTL at QB anymore. (Not On The Line)
Just glad our coaches are trying to help him instead of “don’t want him - don’t need him.”
I guess we should be happy that at least he didn't intentionally let go of the ball at the 1/2 yard line during those hi steps.