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Top 10 ACC QB's of the BCS era, and we scored one..

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    Top 10 ACC QB's of the BCS era, and we scored one..

    of course it's Joe Hamilton at #7. Two in the top 15 with Josh at #15, and three in the top 25 with, believe it or not, Tevin at #23.

    Let the fireworks begin...

    Top 10 ACC Quarterbacks of the BCS Era | AthlonSports.com

    Go JACKETS! THWG!


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    Quote Originally Posted by GT Nuke View Post
    of course it's Joe Hamilton at #7. Two in the top 15 with Josh at #15, and three in the top 25 with, believe it or not, Tevin at #23.

    Let the fireworks begin...

    Top 10 ACC Quarterbacks of the BCS Era | AthlonSports.com

    Go JACKETS! THWG!
    It loses some credibility with Tevin at 23 and Reggie at 25. Also, Weinke is not #1. He benefitted from great talent at FSU. He wasn't a a difference maker.

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    Eesh, don't know about Josh and certainly not TW. It is funny tha PJ's offense in which QBs are more point guard than QB lifts extremely mediocre "QBs" to such accolades.

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    Tyrod Taylor?? He's got no business being on that list - he sucked.

    And Reggie Ball? He's not even 'honorable mention' worthy.

    JoeHam should've been top 3. Wasn't Weinke, like, 30 yrs old as an FSU senior?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HelluvaMGTmjr View Post
    Eesh, don't know about Josh and certainly not TW. It is funny tha PJ's offense in which QBs are more point guard than QB lifts extremely mediocre "QBs" to such accolades.
    Josh was a nice QB for us at the time but I wouldn't label him 'great'. BUT the guy had that intangible "Winner" quality that isn't coachable and hasn't been seen since. Nesbitt would've beat the mutts this year. He's like Tebow, a QB whose skillset is frankly abysmal. Both can run for tough yards and both refuse to lose. Nesbitt's probably a better pure passer than the horrible Tebow but that's not saying much. Bit I digress...

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    No way, Tebow threw for 83 TDs and over 65% while Nesbitt had 19 passing TDs and never broke 46%. Not even close.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RamblinWreck92 View Post
    Tyrod Taylor?? He's got no business being on that list - he sucked.

    And Reggie Ball? He's not even 'honorable mention' worthy.

    JoeHam should've been top 3. Wasn't Weinke, like, 30 yrs old as an FSU senior?
    The reason RB is on that list is that to "outsiders" he's the GT QB that started 4 years and pulled upsets of a Top-5 Miami team, and Auburn twice, and NC State when they had a good team.

    Even though RB didn't play well vs. UGA he did play well vs. big time OoC teams, and that is what a lot of the Nat'l Media remembers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RamblinWreck92 View Post
    Tyrod Taylor?? He's got no business being on that list - he sucked.

    And Reggie Ball? He's not even 'honorable mention' worthy.

    JoeHam should've been top 3. Wasn't Weinke, like, 30 yrs old as an FSU senior?
    Tyrod Taylor sucked? So a guy that throws 24 TD's and 5 INT's in his Sr. year along with 600+ rush yards and 5 more TD's on the ground sucks???

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    I respect Reggie and Tevin more than some people do, but there is no way they should be on the list instead of Godsey. Obviously, they weren't considering two year starters for the list. But c'mon...in 4 years, Reggie had a 50.7 % completion, 57 TD's, 55 INT's. George in two years: 63.3 percent with 41 TD"s and 18 INT's. Imagine what he'd have done in 4.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HelluvaMGTmjr View Post
    No way, Tebow threw for 83 TDs and over 65% while Nesbitt had 19 passing TDs and never broke 46%. Not even close.
    Tebow was a gimmicky system QB. He threw 83 TDs mainly due to playing a bunch of 18-19 yr olds and having talented WRs.

    neither are good throwing QBs.

 

 
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