Winning is top priority for former FS...

Winning is top priority for former FSU starting quarterback Wea...

There are 4 comments on the Orlando Sentinel story from Sep 23, 2008, titled Winning is top priority for former FSU starting quarterback Wea.... In it, Orlando Sentinel reports that:

While QBs Christian Ponder and D'Vontrey Richardson struggled in Florida State 's 12-3 loss to Wake Forest Saturday, the only FSU quarterback with any big-game experience, redshirt senior Drew Weatherford , was ...

Join the discussion below, or Read more at Orlando Sentinel.

DowntownNOLE

Des Moines, IA

#1 Sep 24, 2008
Weatherford is a Class Act!!
Capt Ben

Santa Rosa Beach, FL

#2 Sep 24, 2008
May I add, a devout Christian too. He is born again and knows the peace that passes all understanding. If he didn't have it there would be a serious problem. How I wish his receivers had held on to the ball more for we would have won more games. Every drop goes against him and makes him look bad. I like the way he runs [like a bull dozier] but when he does it the coaches aren't happy. Neither are the running backs for they seem to believe every run "belongs" to them. Chris Rix caught hell for it. Truthfully, he was as atheletic as any one playing today. He made some "dumb" decisions on parking, over sleeping etc and the media crucified him. I'm not excusing this dumb behavior but while on the field we should admit he could throw a ball through a close door and run like a deer. Lets pray our Noles stay healthy and grow up quickly. Penalites killed us in the Duke game. We would have won the game if we had not made so many. Go Noles, Go McCain/Palin and God bless the USA
Nolen1999

Tallahassee, FL

#3 Sep 24, 2008
DowntownNOLE wrote:
Weatherford is a Class Act!!
Always has been, always will be!

Go Noles!
A E Banks

Saint Petersburg, FL

#4 Sep 24, 2008
Capt Ben wrote:
May I add, a devout Christian too. He is born again and knows the peace that passes all understanding. If he didn't have it there would be a serious problem. How I wish his receivers had held on to the ball more for we would have won more games. Every drop goes against him and makes him look bad. I like the way he runs [like a bull dozier] but when he does it the coaches aren't happy. Neither are the running backs for they seem to believe every run "belongs" to them. Chris Rix caught hell for it. Truthfully, he was as atheletic as any one playing today. He made some "dumb" decisions on parking, over sleeping etc and the media crucified him. I'm not excusing this dumb behavior but while on the field we should admit he could throw a ball through a close door and run like a deer. Lets pray our Noles stay healthy and grow up quickly. Penalites killed us in the Duke game. We would have won the game if we had not made so many. Go Noles, Go McCain/Palin and God bless the USA
When did the noles play Duke? That's nice about Drew but I think his main problem has been poor coaching. It's a shame that Bowden can't be a hands on coach.

Tell me when this thread is updated:

Subscribe Now Add to my Tracker

Add your comments below

Characters left: 4000

Please note by submitting this form you acknowledge that you have read the Terms of Service and the comment you are posting is in compliance with such terms. Be polite. Inappropriate posts may be removed by the moderator. Send us your feedback.

Graham Gano Discussions

Title Updated Last By Comments
News Panthers lead, in game highlighted by weird noise (Jan '17) Jan '17 Abrahammock Regions 1
News No TDs, no problem: Cowboys kick their way to v... (Sep '11) Sep '11 Takefarts 4
News Redskins-Cowboys, best and worst (Sep '11) Sep '11 Osama 5
News Turnover sets up Redskins' overtime win in Jack... (Dec '10) Dec '10 rider 2
News A win that hurts so good (Nov '10) Nov '10 Matt 2
News No. 5 looks as good as ever (Sep '10) Sep '10 J-Dogg 1
News Fan Mailbag: Competition At Kicker? (Jun '10) Jun '10 Frank 1
More from around the web