Discussion in 'The Tiger's Den' started by lsutiga, Mar 30, 2017.
That was his 1 moment I'd hardly call that successful.
Cherry picking sum bitch. You forgot that lil second part?
To the tune of One Shining Moment
2004 - Games/Starts: 7/4 ... Made most of late-season starting opportunity to lead Vols to SEC Championship Game and victory in Cotton Bowl ... SEC Offensive Player of the Week after throwing for 349 yards and two touchdowns in come-from-behind win over Kentucky ... Added Cotton Bowl Offensive MVP honors for his 18-of-27 passing performance for 222 yards and career-best three TDs ... Thorough knowledge of Vols' offensive playbook made him valuable early-season asset on sidelines as he helped develop UT's freshman quarterbacks ... First true UT game action came during entire second half of Notre Dame game after starter Erik Ainge separated his shoulder ... Threw for 120 yards and one interception on 10-of-18 passing vs. Fighting Irish ... Made first UT start (started one 2002 game for LSU) at Vanderbilt and completed 19-of-30 for 189 yards and two TDs ... Led Vols to 28-0 halftime lead in Cotton Bowl with four first-half scoring drives ... After throwing five interceptions during three-game November stretch, ended season with streak of 51 consecutive pass attempts without turnover ... Awarded scholarship status prior to spring practice.
Boy he sure lit it up.
He better start writing his Hall of Fame speech.
I think Tiga is just so used to what qb's do here that anyone that has slightly better numbers looks really good to us. The bar has been set really low for qb's at LSU.
so low in fact that if we have marginal qb play this year it will seem like we have Joe Montana
Etling wears the same number as Montana