Georgia insiders are turning on their heads now.
Gunner is better. Book it. If he had manning as his last name he’d be a high 5* too
Just a couple of their post for starters.I think we dodged a bullet. You can review my posts I was against it all along.
Ya know, Quinn Ewers looks every bit the player that Arch has and I don't see him as simply bowing out. Georgia has some highly thought of quarterbacks as well. Personally, I don't see this as a decision based on a guarantee to start.Not a big surprise. He was going where he was guaranteed to start and it was either Texas or Georgia. At Bama he would have had to compete and that would have been a whole new thing for him. No doubt, he is talented and Sark will be a good coach for him.
Ya know, Quinn Ewers looks every bit the player that Arch has and I don't see him as simply bowing out. Georgia has some highly thought of quarterbacks as well. Personally, I don't see this as a decision based on a guarantee to start.
One thing I do believe is he'll have more control of what happens at Texas than UGA or Bama. The "powers that be" still have a lot of weight in decisions made in football—on and off the field. I can see the Manning's with similar influence.
That's a wild analogy. Arch is to Ole Miss ... or Arch is to Tennessee I can see. I don't get the reference.Arch is to Texas what Bo was to Auburn.
I'm not trying to belabor a point but this was not a decision based on a guarantee of a starting job. It mirrors the decisions made by Eli and Peyton.The guaranteed starter before he graduated from high school. IMO
I know it sounds strange, but I was really hoping he didn't pick Bama. What a circus. Because of the family ties it just seems like the whole process was a bit tainted with a sense of entitlement. Who needs it... Good luck at Texas.When I saw the headline on another site, I was actually hoping he did not choose Alabama. Guess that was where my head was at, but just didn't want to say it out loud. Roll Tide!!! No drama.