Originally posted by Kolohe:
Originally posted by 49ersBest1:
Originally posted by teeohh:
Read something on espn mobile about how Myer should get some heat for never teaching Tebow any of that s**t. The writer also said that other SEC schools are going to use Tebow as an example to lure away top qbs from going to Florida, because if they want to play in the NFL, playing under Myer won't necessarily help you.
Well, its a good point. Why isn't good throwing technique taught in college? Shouldn't it be taught in high school? "whatever the kid is comfortable with"
I think college coaches (well some of them at least) could give a s**t about technique and mechanics. I think if their QB has what it takes to win them games, they won't mess with his mechanics if its not in their system to do so. But still, what's the sense of having a QB coach then, especially one like Scott Loeffler, who's been known to help develop some pretty good QB's. IMO if I were a highly recruited QB coming outta high school, I'd definitely want to go to a school with a Pro Style offense.
Loeffler was on staff so the Gators could try and run down hill this season.
I never saw were he tried to change Tebows throwing motion...i did see were they worked on footwork so tebow could take snaps under center. The media reported that it was going well....
Your 100% right.... IT does not matter in college
look at Peyton manning......
.... What was the knock on him.... Same as Tebow... Mechanics. Any college fan could see his quirky throwing motion at Tenn
Look at Eli Manning...... Look at the coaching HE had in HIGHSCHOOL
He was perfect comeing out he had spent the last 8 years with his personal QB coach in Jr high and highschool.
Look at Aaron Rodgers....people made such a BIG DEAL over his Mechanics....
I think people make way too much fuss over this.......
This type of coaching is not something that is generally done at the highschool and college level unless you end up with a QB guru type coach.