Originally Posted by rserina
Outside of one bomb to Kight, Leak struggled against Iowa under the same conditions. Tebow barely hit 50% of his passes against Michigan in a loss. Both quarterbacks had far better playmakers around them than Driskel did against Louisville.
But I suspect nothing will get that nagging feeling out of your stomach until Muschamp is gone, so grab some Rolaids.
Leak had shown prior to the Iowa game that he could play consistently.
The Tebow example is frankly insulting to both of us but if you really need me to point out why Tim's 2007 season gave me more confidence than Jeff's 2012 I will:
Tebow 2007 prior to the bowl: 217/317 3186 yds 29 TDs 6 Ints
Jeff 2012 prior to the bowl: 140/216 1471 yds 11 TDs 3 Ints
Yeah it sure is puzzling which QB would make me more confident going into the next year- you could literally double Jeff's numbers (giving him more than 100 more attempts than Tim) and he'd only be a slightly above average college QB-- we all hope he'll get better but let's be honest about it- right now Jeff is a below average QB, whereas in 2007 Tebow had won some award they give out in New York each year, you might remember it.