Originally Posted by Tedhead03
Seeing Sanchez burnout in NY made me think what's more likely to happen, Cal delivers a good college QB or USC delivers a good NFL QB? I'm biased, but I'm thinking it's got to be Cal, right? The current USC NFL QBs are horrible, and I doubt Barkley pans out. That should give us a couple of years to turn things around on our end.
I must admit I do get a good chuckle when I think of $C QBs in the pros. Look at the most recent lineage - Sanchez, Leinart, Cassel (though he barely counts since he didn't ever play in college), Palmer. They are the WORST
signal callers in the turnover category in the NFL. That kid Rodgers is pretty good, by comparison, eh?
Add to that the legacy of some of the other over-hyped and overrated QBs like Marijuanavich and it adds up to a big flopski on the national stage. Throw in one of the worst "cant miss" running backs in Reggie Bush-league, roid-ravaged Brian Cushing in Houston and the Toejams have some high profile misses as pro prospects. For the "school" that calls itself the "pipeline to the NFL", they may have to reconsider.