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Backup SECE QB's thrust into action in 2013

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Hutson Mason: 144.4 passer rating = 67/110 (61%), 968 yards, 8.8 ypa, 5 tds, 3 ints

Maty Mauk: 143.1 passer rating = 68/133 (51%), 1071 yards, 8.1 ypa, 11 tds, 2 ints

Dylan Thompson: 140.4 passer rating = 52/89 (58%), 783 yards, 8.8 ypa, 4 tds, 3 ints

Patton Robinette: 117.2 passer rating = 46/88 (52%), 642 yards, 7.3 ypa, 4 tds, 5 ints

Joshua Dobbs: 103.3 passer rating = 72/121 (60%), 695 yards, 5.7 ypa, 2 tds, 6 ints

Until proven otherwise, major dropoff for SC and UGA. Cant say the same about the others. All in all, there is no clear cut elite level QB on this list like Murray and Shaw were last year.

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Hutson Mason: 144.4 passer rating = 67/110 (61%), 968 yards, 8.8 ypa, 5 tds, 3 ints

Maty Mauk: 143.1 passer rating = 68/133 (51%), 1071 yards, 8.1 ypa, 11 tds, 2 ints

Dylan Thompson: 140.4 passer rating = 52/89 (58%), 783 yards, 8.8 ypa, 4 tds, 3 ints

Patton Robinette: 117.2 passer rating = 46/88 (52%), 642 yards, 7.3 ypa, 4 tds, 5 ints

Joshua Dobbs: 103.3 passer rating = 72/121 (60%), 695 yards, 5.7 ypa, 2 tds, 6 ints

Until proven otherwise, major dropoff for SC and UGA. Cant say the same about the others. All in all, there is no clear cut elite level QB on this list like Murray and Shaw were last year.

Uh...... you're forgetting one very big time QB

Jeff freaking Driskel

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Hutson Mason: 144.4 passer rating = 67/110 (61%), 968 yards, 8.8 ypa, 5 tds, 3 ints

Maty Mauk: 143.1 passer rating = 68/133 (51%), 1071 yards, 8.1 ypa, 11 tds, 2 ints

Dylan Thompson: 140.4 passer rating = 52/89 (58%), 783 yards, 8.8 ypa, 4 tds, 3 ints

Patton Robinette: 117.2 passer rating = 46/88 (52%), 642 yards, 7.3 ypa, 4 tds, 5 ints

Joshua Dobbs: 103.3 passer rating = 72/121 (60%), 695 yards, 5.7 ypa, 2 tds, 6 ints

Until proven otherwise, major dropoff for SC and UGA. Cant say the same about the others. All in all, there is no clear cut elite level QB on this list like Murray and Shaw were last year.

Career stats thus far:

Dylan Thompson: 142.1 passer rating = 120/218 (55%), 1,827 yards, 8.4 ypa, 14 tds, 5 ints

Hutson Mason: 143.7 passer rating = 94/157 (60%), 1,324 yards, 8.4 ypa, 8 tds, 3 ints

Maty Mauk: 143.1 passer rating = 68/133 (51%), 1071 yards, 8.1 ypa, 11 tds, 2 ints

Patton Robinette: 117.2 passer rating = 46/88 (52%), 642 yards, 7.3 ypa, 4 tds, 5 ints

Joshua Dobbs: 103.3 passer rating = 72/121 (60%), 695 yards, 5.7 ypa, 2 tds, 6 ints

Starts (W-L):

Thompson: 3 (3-0)

Mason: 2 (1-1)

Mauk: 4 (3-1)

Robinette: 3 (2-1)

Dobbs: 4 (1-3)

IMO, Thompson and Mason should be ready to step up as full-time QBs: while Mason doesn't have the game experience that Thompson has, both will be 5th-year seniors who should know the playbooks like the back of their hands by now. Mauk and Dobbs also have extensive starting/playing experience, but while Missouri's offense was more stable during Mauk's time at the helm, UT's own offense - and team overall - struggled a bit while Dobbs took over, and I'm sure there'll still be substantial questions for his 2nd year in the system, as there will be for Robinette...

Dylan is a particular QB that relies on confidence perhaps more than others to get his game going, but once he has that, he has been a very effective passer. His game appearances:

2011:

Vandy: 1 rush, 1 yd

UK: 2-2, 17 yds, 0 td, 0 int, 3 rush, 11 yds, 1 td

Ark: 1 rush, 4 yds

Neb: Victory Formation, no stats

2012:

Vandy: 0-3, 0 yds, 5 rush, -4 yds

* ECU: 21-37, 330 yds, 3 td, 0 int, 9 rush, 17 yds

UAB: 5-10, 177 yds, 2 td, 0 int, 2 rush, -3 yds, 1 td

MO: 1-2, 3 yds

UK: 0-1, 0 yds

UF: 8-20, 83 yds, 0 td, 1 int, 2 rush, -13 yds

Ark: 1-3, 7 yds, 0 td, 0 int

* Clem: 23-41, 310 yds, 3 td, 1 int, 14 rush, 38 yds

Mich: 7-10, 117 yds, 2 td, 0 int, 2 rush, -12 yds

2013:

UNC: 1-1, 29 yds, 1 td, 0 int

Vandy: 7-9, 75 yds, 0 td, 1 int, 3 rush, 23 yds, 1 td

UCF: 15-32, 261 yds, 0 td, 1 int, 6 rush, 0 yds, 1 td

UK: 1-3, 13 yds, 0 td, 0 int, 1 rush, -5 yds

Ark: 4-5, 38 yds, 1 td, 0 int, 1 rush, 4 yds

UT: 1-1, 5 yds, 0 td, 0 int, 1 rush, 6 yds

* MO: 15-27, 222 yds, 0 td, 1 int, 2 rush, 5 yds

CCU: 8-11, 140 yds, 2 tds, 0 int, 2 rush, -6 yds, 1 td

* denotes starts

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someone pointed out an interesting stat to me the other day.....UT is the only team in the country that doesn't return a single starter on EITHER line(can a UT fan confirm this?). That's gonna make their QB's job a lot harder.

For the other QBs, I think it's gonna be a complete toss up. The SC fans always point to Dylan's game against clemson 2 years ago....but clemson's defense wasn't very good then. It's still a huge accomplishment to go on the road and take down a top 10 team though. I'm just not sure it's enough to make me overlook the other times he's looked very average or even bad against good defenses. Like Conway pointed out a lot of his success relies on how confident he can be. From that aspect being able to return so many receiving targets(only losing Ellington) will help him. And having Mike Davis in the backfield will certainly take some of the pressure off of him. He's certainly capable of stepping up and having a big year, but he's also capable of having his spot taken from him early in the season if he can't start firing on all cylinders. Plus I love the fact that we get UGA and Mizzou at home. W-B is a rowdy environment, especially for a young QB.

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I thought Mauk looked pretty good,didn't see much of the rest.I know USC kicked our butt when Shaw came in though.

Dammit he just scored again.

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someone pointed out an interesting stat to me the other day.....UT is the only team in the country that doesn't return a single starter on EITHER line(can a UT fan confirm this?). That's gonna make their QB's job a lot harder.

Seriously? lmao.....

Can we go ahead and play them in knox again this year then and get SC at home?

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We haven't known who the starting QB is for UK in the past 2 years.

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someone pointed out an interesting stat to me the other day.....UT is the only team in the country that doesn't return a single starter on EITHER line(can a UT fan confirm this?). That's gonna make their QB's job a lot harder.

Yes. I think overall it's not a huge loss on DL as we didn't get a lot of production there from the guys we lost. OL will be a challenge.

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someone pointed out an interesting stat to me the other day.....UT is the only team in the country that doesn't return a single starter on EITHER line(can a UT fan confirm this?). That's gonna make their QB's job a lot harder.

For the other QBs, I think it's gonna be a complete toss up. The SC fans always point to Dylan's game against clemson 2 years ago....but clemson's defense wasn't very good then. It's still a huge accomplishment to go on the road and take down a top 10 team though. I'm just not sure it's enough to make me overlook the other times he's looked very average or even bad against good defenses. Like Conway pointed out a lot of his success relies on how confident he can be. From that aspect being able to return so many receiving targets(only losing Ellington) will help him. And having Mike Davis in the backfield will certainly take some of the pressure off of him. He's certainly capable of stepping up and having a big year, but he's also capable of having his spot taken from him early in the season if he can't start firing on all cylinders. Plus I love the fact that we get UGA and Mizzou at home. W-B is a rowdy environment, especially for a young QB.

Tennessee had on offensive line last year?
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someone pointed out an interesting stat to me the other day.....UT is the only team in the country that doesn't return a single starter on EITHER line(can a UT fan confirm this?). That's gonna make their QB's job a lot harder.

For the other QBs, I think it's gonna be a complete toss up. The SC fans always point to Dylan's game against clemson 2 years ago....but clemson's defense wasn't very good then. It's still a huge accomplishment to go on the road and take down a top 10 team though. I'm just not sure it's enough to make me overlook the other times he's looked very average or even bad against good defenses. Like Conway pointed out a lot of his success relies on how confident he can be. From that aspect being able to return so many receiving targets(only losing Ellington) will help him. And having Mike Davis in the backfield will certainly take some of the pressure off of him. He's certainly capable of stepping up and having a big year, but he's also capable of having his spot taken from him early in the season if he can't start firing on all cylinders. Plus I love the fact that we get UGA and Mizzou at home. W-B is a rowdy environment, especially for a young QB.

No starters from the 2013 O-line. Pretty sure Marcus Jackson started some games in 2012. So it's not like 2010 where we have all freshman and JuCo guys playing. Still not ideal though. On defense, losing all the linemen isn't great, but the guys we have got plenty of playing time. Marlon Walls was the only one worth a damn and Corey Vereen can replace his sack production, it's just that he plays on the other side and we need someone to step up on the strongside. I don't think they'll be great, but all of them were highly rated out of high school and Strip is a good coach. I'm much more worried about the passing game on both sides. Talented, but young with suspect coaching.

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Mason needs seat time. I think he gets happy feet sometimes and stops tracking his routes. Hopefully he will settle in this spring. He will have plenty of stud receivers to throw to.

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Mason needs seat time. I think he gets happy feet sometimes and stops tracking his routes. Hopefully he will settle in this spring. He will have plenty of stud receivers to throw to.

Not to mention one of the scariest backfields in college football

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Not to mention one of the scariest backfields in college football

Yea man. We are borderline overcrowded

Might need to think about making JJ Green a corner. Leaving Bdoug in as a bruiser back.

Almost wanna say redshirt Michel and Chubb, but i know they wont.

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Yea man. We are borderline overcrowded

Might need to think about making JJ Green a corner. Leaving Bdoug in as a bruiser back.

Almost wanna say redshirt Michel and Chubb, but i know they wont.

I think Marshall may have a chance at getting RS but I doubt it, supposedly he is ahead of schedule

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I think Marshall may have a chance at getting RS but I doubt it, supposedly he is ahead of schedule

Yea i doubt it.

Here is how i see this playing out.

Gurley and Marshall this year, Michel and Chubb NEED to redshirt.

Gurley leaves at the end of next year. Giving Marshall the preseason #1 spot with Michel and Chubb battling for #2. Now If neither redshirt. You have two proven backs, and two fresh backs. Just too much to work in. Neither will see much playing time as long as Gurley stays healthy

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Yea man. We are borderline overcrowded

Might need to think about making JJ Green a corner. Leaving Bdoug in as a bruiser back.

Almost wanna say redshirt Michel and Chubb, but i know they wont.

This is hardly ever a good idea I think, now a days if RBs are good..... they are gone in 3 years regardless, why not play them for 3

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This is hardly ever I good idea, now a days if RBs are good..... they are gone in 3 years regardless, why not play them for 3

True, but i doubt either will start over a healthy Gurley. And as freshman they arent thinking pro off the bat. They are normally thinking, learn the system especially from an elite back like Gurley.

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Yea i doubt it.

Here is how i see this playing out.

Gurley and Marshall this year, Michel and Chubb NEED to redshirt.

Gurley leaves at the end of next year. Giving Marshall the preseason #1 spot with Michel and Chubb battling for #2. Now If neither redshirt. You have two proven backs, and two fresh backs. Just too much to work in. Neither will see much playing time as long as Gurley stays healthy

Yeah but at least they will get some playing time if we need them, like I said above RBs go three and done if they are worth the hype anyway

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True, but i doubt either will start over a healthy Gurley. And as freshman they arent thinking pro off the bat. They are normally thinking, learn the system especially from an elite back like Gurley.

Good point, they could get in some good reps on mop up duty against teams like UF, UT, Tech, etc though

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Yeah but at least they will get some playing time if we need them, like I said above RBs go three and done if they are worth the hype anyway

True. It will be interesting for sure. Really shocked we got another stud tandem coming in so soon. Guess we could have worse problems. LOl

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Good point, they could get in some good reps on mop up duty against teams like UF, UT, Tech, etc though

True, just comes down to.. do i wanna use a year of eligabliilty for mop up duty after Gurley.

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True. It will be interesting for sure. Really shocked we got another stud tandem coming in so soon. Guess we could have worse problems. LOl

Yeah and whats really amazing if the character of these guys.... all of them seem to have a good head on their shoulders

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Yeah and whats really amazing if the character of these guys.... all of them seem to have a good head on their shoulders

About GD time. Thought we were doomed with Caleb King and Crowell.

Now we have Gurley, Marshall, Green, Douglas, Chubb, Michel and all of them seem like stand up guys. Very fortunate.

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All in all, there is no clear cut elite level QB on this list like Murray and Shaw were last year.

Bitch please! You left Damian Williams off the list. That's why you don't have an elite QB on there! :rolleyes::P:lol:

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