Rule #2: Try, if at all possible, not to punch your coach in the face.
Well, in Virginia Tech’s case, they now have 1.5 quarterbacks (call it “The 1/2 Compromise” of Sean Glennon).
Yes, that’s right, Tyrod Taylor’s disastrous redshirt experiment has lasted exactly one game. The now true sophomore will suit up and play this coming weekend against Furman. Then again, so will Sean Glennon. Who will start? Does it really even matter?
Virginia Tech’s season is gone. It’s done. Frank Beamer has officially secured no better than a 7-5 season. They’ll be lucky not to get beat by Furman this weekend. All thanks to one of the single worst roster decisions in the history of mankind. Personally, I expected better of Beamer. But then again, his madness is our recruiting gain.
Sean Glennon is Virginia Tech’s starting QB.
[Pause for laughter]
[Pause for more laughter]
[My spleen is starting to hurt due to all the laughter]
And that’s not even the funny part.
Not only will Sean Glennon start for your Virginia Tech Hokies, wunderkind Tyrod Taylor is expected to redshirt this year. You remember Taylor, the guy who was apparently good enough to start games as a true freshman. Apparently that same player is now not good enough to even play as a true sophomore.
This will all play out in a press conference today at 1 PM, but Hokie message boards are already under martial law. It’s ugly, even for VT fans.
Couple things from the broadcast:
Yes, that’s right, it’s the battle for the Big EAST championship tonight. Wait, no, that can’t be right, not if Boston College is involved. What conference championship could BC contend for? Hmmmm. Oh right, the ACC.
Yes folks, it’s BC @ Virginia Tech tonight for the lead in the vaunted, heralded, and acclaimed Atlantic Coast Conference. If you’re hoping for a meteor to hit Lane Stadium tonight, you have only scant few minutes left.
As far as the Mountaineers stance on this game, we have to be buying Virginia Tech tonight. Boston College is the stronger team with the easier schedule to end the season. Virginia Tech, on the other hand, has no offensive line (and no QB tonight) and a remaining trip to UVA.
In the end, though, it’s going to be tough to cheer for any of these teams. Usually when that happens, I just put money on the game and cheer for that. Unfortunately, I’m not sure I particularly like either team tonight. With Tyrod Taylor, VT looked to be the player here. With Sean Glennon, it looks like any team but VT.
My advice? Drink heavily.
Another blast from the (not-so-distant) past.
This would be a better highlight reel if Pac-Man weren’t suspended by the NFL, Travis Garvin weren’t in prison for armed robbery, and I didn’t still have pepper spray in my eyes, but it’s still pretty sweet. I like to remember my past players as frozen in the highlights that I’m watching. It makes things easier for my fragile mind.