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Discussion in 'Main Sports Forum' started by Jay26, Dec 1, 2019.
Best case scenario for the Gators - totally off the hook on any sort of decision there. Good luck to him and we can fondly remember the terrific run to end the season last year, that he played with a lot of passion, and that his teammates and coaching staff really loved the guy.
Jake Bentley is transferring out of SC. If you were a school looking for a grad transfer QB, which one of these two would you take?
Bentley without a doubt. I supported Franks while he was here, but I am glad he won’t be our QB anymore.
That's my thought also. Bentley is a solid QB, who unfortunately played for an offensively handicapped head coach.
I feel for Bentley. Playing QB for the chimp is laying in the pine box while that goofball nails it shut.
Then he better hope he doesn't get picked by the Eagles if he can't handle a little crowd booing when you are flat sticking it up.
Interesting that he was on the sideline but waited.
I think seeing the way Trask and EJ performed made his mind up for him.
With one big SSSSHHHHHHHHHHHHHH.
Ehh, there was enough history there to go off when he decided to de-commit from elsewhere and join Muschamp. And remember, he skipped his entire Sr year graduating a year ahead of schedule just so he could get a piece of that Roper/WM offense. It’s like camping out all night on Black Friday to be first in line at the AIDS store. I have no sympathy for him or Hillinski.
Any player in any sport who thinks it’s in their best interests to tell their own fans to shut up is barely smart enough to breathe.
With no early season cupcake warm up, zero running game to balance, and trading Msu for Auburn. Generally speaking we looked like a competent offense all season, rather than a few spurts down the stretch. Stats may be similar but there's really no comparison to anyone who watched the games.
I am with you Jay . i only wish Feleipe Franks the very best. His injury was one of the worst in recent years. I wanted him to come back if he would end up changing positions the way Jordan Reed did. I think being a second or third string quarterback and his second or third string tight end could have gotten him a late round draft pick in the draft. But Frank's wants out now so it's time to go. I will remember that amazing Hail Mary pass fondly.
Not sure if this one has been posted anywhere, but this article puts together six places they see Franks potentially transferring. Florida Football: 6 potential landing spots for Feleipe Franks In case you don't feel like reading it, here is the list (they admit #6 and #5 are not very likely): 6 - Georgia 5 - Alabama 4 - Michigan State 3 - Vanderbilt 2 - Kentucky 1 - Florida State Can you even imagine having to play Franks at FSU? Michigan State is really the only one on that list that wouldn't be extremely awkward for Florida fans to see him playing at. Thoughts?
I fully support him transferring to any of those schools. It'd be even better if he could transfer multiple times during the season and play QB for 4 or 5 of those teams the week we play them.
I know these kids care less and less about being part of a college, but I just don't see how any kid that was here for 4 years could go to a rival or in division opponent. I still think UCF is a likely destination since his brother is there or was there and a Big 12 school might be a good fit where nobody plays defense and he would light it up for a year.
Ucf had a true freshman go for 3300 yards this year. I doubt they're gonna be in the market for a grad transfer
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