ESPN’s annual Jon Gruden QB Camp rolls on tonight with the second installment, featuring Baylor Bear Robert Griffin III. Griffin is widely reported to be the ’1A’ option of this year’s quarterback crop, leading many to link him to Washington.
With the No. 2 overall pick, there is only be one team that gets a better shot at landing him.
Gruden has already sat down in the film room and practice field with Stanford Cardinal Andrew Luck, discussing Spider Two-Y Bananas ad nauseam. Now he turns his attention to Griffin’s revenge game against TCU in the first week of the 2011 season, a game that many experts have keyed as his breakout Heisman performance.
When you hang 50 points on one of the best teams in country, that praise can be justified. Here are the highlights:
Gruden’s conversation with Griffin discusses the ins and outs of the playcall for the game, as well as Griffin’s more unique reactions and celebrations. Here’s a sneak peak: Read more »
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It took seven months and 1,200 posts, but I’ve finally worked the word ‘banana’ into a post.
Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck makes his televised job interview debut tonight, with the return of Jon Gruden’s QB Camp at 7 p.m. on ESPN. As a player who might just be available at No. 2 in this April’s draft, it would behoove Redskins fans to DVR the program and see how Luck acts in the meeting room.
The of the interview revolves around Luck’s ability to diagnose Gruden’s play, delightfully called “Green Right Slot Spider Two-Y Banana.” Here is a brief clip from tonight’s conversation: Read more »
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