Tyler Murphy & Ian Silberman officially named BC starters

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    I know it's common place around here to make fun of every conference other than the SEC....but the ACC had 6 less players drafted than the SEC, w more players taken than the SEC in the first 5 rounds....they have the defending national champions....we hired an OC from their conference....etc.
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    Ian was pretty bad when he was in the game at guard cant imagine how bad he would be at tackle. Muschamp is not out there coaching the offense either. I think that is a hard concept for some people to get while the Oline coach is working with the Oline Muschamp is working with the safeties.
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    How is it a copout to blame his poor performance on playing with A SEPARATED THROWING SHOULDER? Are you trying to be horribly unfair, or is it accidental?
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    I think you may not have read my post correctly - the arbitrary moment his shoulder "got hurt" seems to coincide with the exact moment his performance diminished (even if before the moment his harm was actually hurt).

    As for the "truth," that was precisely my point - people are blaming all of his weaker performances on the shoulder and not with the increase in competition. It is absolutely a cop out.
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    I was mightily impressed with Tyler - I think he looked better than Jeff even early on (and I thought Jeff looked better than the Jeff of 2012, too).

    I don't happen to think he'd ever be an elite QB against our tougher competition here in the SEC, though. I think he'll fit in very nicely at BC, honestly. He won't face too many top-end SEC-caliber defenses.
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    Can't wait for the inevitable weekly threads telling us how Murphy and Brissett tore it up against podunk east and insinuate or flat out say we should have kept one or both. You know there will be those people.

    I am interested to see how those two do but I generally follow most of transfers to one degree or another and qbs obviously get most of the attention. The BC-NCST game is looking like one I'll actually be watching.
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    And yet their teams consistently under perform. Not to mentIon the NFL is made up with more SEC players by far. The ACC isn't even a distant second. Screw the draft, I'll go by the numbers that really matter. Also that same coordinator spent more time in the SEC if we're mentioning that.....
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    I would read the story but I have to pick up my mom at the airport.
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    Disagree. Tim has that same unquenchable will today. The prostyle pocket game is beyond him primarily because he has very little experience with it.
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    Interesting. I did not know that.

    The number of players with a career value above 20, according to Pro Reference.com. Since 2000:

    School------------Conference--------------# Players

    Miami.....................ACC......................................28
    Tennessee...............SEC.......................................27
    Georgia...................SEC......................................26
    Florida....................SEC.......................................25
    LSU.........................SEC.......................................23
    Florida State...........ACC.......................................22
    Virginia Tech..........ACC.......................................18

    Auburn....................SEC.......................................15
    Ole Miss...................SEC.......................................15
    Alabama..................SEC.......................................14
    Texas A&M..............SEC......................................14
    Maryland................ACC.......................................13
    Virginia...................ACC.......................................13
    Arkansas..................SEC.......................................12
    Pitt...........................ACC.......................................11
    Boston College.........ACC......................................10
    Louisville..................ACC......................................10
    North Carolina........ACC......................................10
    NC State...................ACC.....................................10
    USCe........................SEC......................................10

    Miss State.................SEC........................................9
    Clemson...................ACC........................................8
    Syracuse...................ACC........................................8
    Mizzou.....................SEC.........................................7
    Georgia Tech...........ACC........................................6
    Kentucky.................SEC.........................................5
    Vandy......................SEC.........................................5
    Wake Forest............ACC........................................3
    Duke.........................ACC........................................1
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    I think Jacoby will do well at NC State. Ian is a great guy and he will do just fine at BC. I like Murph and I think he did a good job when he was asked to step up, but he's not a full season, start to finish, SEC QB. I wish them all good luck simply because I'd like to see them succeed.

    My son really likes Ian because he is from Orange Park & Ian always spent time with him after the games. Win or lose, Ian would always check up on my son. Quality guy in my book!!
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    He is in the nfl now. Will has more impact in the highschool and college game.
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    He signed with a team?!? Great! But will also has a huge impact in the NFL.
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    This wasn't the original site where I got my info but I can't find the other in my phone now. However the numbers look/seem the same. Of course ufs and um normally do well in the pros.

    http://www.ask.com/question/which-college-conference-has-the-most-nfl-players
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    I'd be willing to bet "starting" was promised to both players prior to their request to transfer. 'Can't say it won't work out in the best interests for both. Worked pretty well for MP. Wish both the best.
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    Hopefully he will sign, if you are debating the impact of will does not decline as the talent level rises, we disagree. But I doubt you want to argue that point, it's fairly obvious..
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    Really? I mostly see will in his hilarious movies and hanging out at USCw practices........ oh wait... you mean "power" not "ferrell". :)

    Silly me....
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    I will love brissett if he can knock off FSU.
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    Yeah, it is. I recall a guy named Emmitt who wasn't the largest, fastest or strongest running back in the NFL, but left with more yards gained than any other back. Something to do with heart...and will.

    Another guy named Alworth out of Arkansas. Not the tallest or strongest receiver, and although fast, not among the fastest. Yet he was one of the greatest receivers ever to play in the NFL. Nearly as great as that guy from San Francisco, another guy who wasn't blessed with great speed, size or strength.

    Quarterbacks? How about Joe Kapp? Doug Flutie? Drew Brees? How many dozens more who didn't have the big arm, great size, fluid mobility?
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    So you are agreeing with me, Doug flutie legend in college marginal pro career. Talent becomes much more necessary as you move up the food chain. Emmitt is an awful example he was an amazing rb, highschool, college and pro..amazing talent.

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