McQuay knocks away a Shane Morris pass.
"...don't believe something because an "expert" is saying it. Believe it because of the evidence."
McQuay knocks away a Shane Morris pass.
Broken up by Mcquay
Offensive lines struggling early.
Pretty much par ofr the course in these types of games. It's really a game of D-line tee-ing off with little spurts of a lucky bomb or big run by the O.
I have been pronouncing Poggi like rogue-ee with a p. am I wrong or are the announcers wrong?
I've been doing the same. I like our version better.
Is committed to Minisoda.
those extra couple lbs should keep him warm up in the great white tundra
this camera work and angles are awful so far, especially the one right behind the offense. on the FG attempt, you could barely see the kick
Kendell Beckwith, DE, commits to LSU. He is from Louisiana.
Dude looks like Kendrick Perkins.
Cringe worthy announcement all around from the Beckwith family. Can't say I blame them of course, I'd be nervous too.
Shane, his face after that throw spoke volumes tho
Is looking crazy inaccurate right now
Morris should have thrown 3 picks now.
a little shakey. Overthrew Larue. He'll get in the groove though.
Both defenses are looking good, but they do have the advantage.
The throw to Larue wasn't his fault, he was getting hit as he threw it. Not exactly a lot of protection.
Shane not off to a good start.
Shane looks nervous. Picking his receivers before the snap, not very accurate.
Shane under center, incomplete pass followed by a pass to Taco Pants followed by another incomplete pass. Three and out.
Morris not exactly lighting it up, but the O-line has been less than stellar and I can't imagine learning a new offense in a week is the easiest thing to do.
No QB's in this game are exactly looking good.
Shane Morris (and every white team QB) is having a rough time.
Hard to get in a rhythm when you rotate every series...Black Team seems to be sticking with the same guy making it easier
AHHH SHANE IS DOING HORRIBLE. WE NEED TO SEE WHO ELSE IS UNCOMMITTED AAAHHHHHH /sarcasm
I don't remember this game being so unwatchable before.
Shane has a cannon arm but has been inaccurate so far.
That Kamara kid has a heck of a burst.
The Nitro O-line isn't helping matters.
shane is struggling...FIRE EVERYONE
Players always play better In these all star Type games
Hackenberg has been VERY inaccurate so far.. Rough day for quarterbacks
At least all the qbs are struggling.
God i want him
Looking like he could be dangerous
Heck, even with the Gardner Revelation, I don't think many people expected him to, especially considering the no EE.
What does electrical engineering have to do with it?
I dont think that many people thought he would beat out devin
He's made a few bad throws to receivers he just met in his first experience in a nationally televised game against the best players he's ever played against while trying to execute an offense he learned within the last few weeks.
like...expecting him start over Gardner next year, were you?
Devin is the man for the nest 2 years... might even be as good as VY
what's his passing stat so far?
He's like 0/5 right now
He needs to settle down and get a little WR help.
Conversely, Bateman looks settled and just throwing in rhythm with his WRs.
Ramsey must have different OL in there, because Shane had 2 seconds to throw and Ramsey has all day.
when I see 3 people on the white team make a good block at the same time...a WR will probably get open.
But all these games do is let the Dline look like beasts while a bunch of kids who have never blocked with each other struggle.
One thing all the QBs are struggling with as well is that the WR's aren't helping either. They aren't running crisp routes to get open and aren't coming back for the ball. You know, the mistakes that all young players make when they've never played with these levels of athletes.
I love that cam newton under armour commercial.
Last year it was the noah spence and dante fowler show, imo the offensive line class from this year seems to be doing better against the defense than last years crop.
LaRue and Reuben Foster - they are all over the field.