Jonathan Crompton Vs. the World: Tennessee QB’s Attitude Hurting Volunteers

Posted by Blazer Chronicles on September-14-2009 Add Comments

Not often does a starting quarterback have a day like Tennessee's Jonathan Crompton had on Saturday against UCLA.

Crompton was 13-of-26 for 93 yards, zero touchdowns, and three official interceptions (although a fourth was called back due to penalty) and was involved in a QB-center fumble exchange where he stood and watched as UCLA recovered instead of making the smallest attempt at recovering the ball.

Oh, and Tennessee was 4-of-16 on third downs and 2-of-4 on fourth downs on Crompton’s watch. 

I say that QBs don’t often have days like that, and they certainly don’t as a rule. However, sometimes quarterbacks do have a bad day. Be it an interception to end the game, failing to convert a game-wi...

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