Can we womp?
It's obvious you watched very little of the game. Had you watched the entire game, you would have known that Holgorsen called a bunch of swing passes early to get the ball into the hands of playmakers and get Grier into the game flow, hence a big reason why the low pass-per-yards number.
Let's take a look at the second-half numbers, shall we?
13-of-23, 254 yards, two TDs, no picks
That translates to 19.53 yards a catch during the most critical portion of the game, clutch time, a portion that had Grier showing off the arm and lightning delivery with shots downfield that repeatedly dented V-Tech's secondary.
Let's also not forget the fourth-and-5 at the V-Tech 37 with 33 seconds left. Grier ran right, dodged a defender and hurtled another. It was a gritty and clutch run that kept the potentially game-tying (or winning had they gone for two) drive alive.
Let's also not forget second-and-10 at the V-tech, same drive. Grier calmly moves around the pocket to buy time, surveys the field, and delivers a catchable ball to Sills in the endzone. The receiver dropped the ball.
If the receiver catches the ball, Grier's performance is etched into West Virginia football lore. As it is, a remarkable night for a kid who hadn't played in two years.
Sas, I'm getting quite the chuckle out of you trying to demonize a kid who came to Florida to be a Gator, who went in front of the cameras and apologized for his mistake and pleaded not once, but twice with his coach to forgive and not forget him. He WANTED to be a Gator, and guess what? We aren't growing Will Grier types on trees around here.
And you call him a cokehead. I'm not sure who's been doing the blow today, him or you.
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Ladies, Ladies! There's enough of Will Grier's beautiful, glistening, future Heisman trophy winning man-meat to go around for all of you. Please calm yourselves down and get in line.
This reminds me an awful lot of the love sid, DC etc., were giving Cam Newton. Suddenly everyone who was "down" with the guy couldn't miss an Auburn game each week.
What really bothers me is I don't think you're being honest. You do care. If you didn't care, you wouldn't have such outright hatred for Grier. You're pissed off about our Gators (understandable) and this Grier situation really bugs you as a result. It's a totally natural reaction, not sure why you aren't honest about it.
I'm planning to sit home tonight and watch a real QB and a real passing offense sling it around. Sometimes I forget what one looks like.
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