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Most SEC teams are shaky at quarterback based on a lack of experience or mediocre play

todayJuly 5, 2023

None of the Gators fans I know are happy with their quarterback situation. Front-runner Graham Mertz was ordinary, at best, during three years starting at Wisconsin.
That’s the bad news. The good news is most SEC teams are shaky at quarterback based on a lack of experience or mediocre play. It is, indeed, rare when the league doesn’t have a large handful of quality signal-callers.
The best is LSU’s Jaydan Daniels, who may make a run for the Heisman. Arkansas’ K.J. Jefferson has shown star potential while starting the last two years. Tennesse’s Joe Milton, a six-year senior who transferred from Michigan, flashed when filling in last season for injured Hendon Hooker.
What about the league’s two superpowers, Georgia and Alabama? Former 5-star recruit Carson Beck of Jacksonville has waited two years for his chance at Georgia, seeing little action during that time. Alabama doesn’t have an heir-apparent as usual. Notre Dame transfer Tyler Buchner has been the starter.
So maybe if Mertz can be ordinary again that will be good enough for the Gators.

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