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ESPN analyst and quarterback guru Trent Dilfer recently spoke with AL.com and raved about Auburn's Sean White who will replace Jeremy Johnson on Saturday as the Tigers starting quarterback.

Here is some of what Dilfer had to say:
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"He wants the ball in his hand, he wants to be in big moments, he wants the pressure on him and in his mind he always thinks he's gonna win," Dilfer said.

"We watch where these kids go, especially the really, really good ones," Dilfer said. "We call them program changers and we felt Sean was a program changer. We felt he was a guy who could change their program and allow them to have a sophisticated passing game, not just a play-action passing game."
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Last year idiot Dilfer said that Tom Brady was washed-up and should be benched.
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Trent Dilfer sucks at his job. Not sure how he keeps it to be honest. He's terrible.
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Trent Dilfer - LMAO
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Sure helped change our program.
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All these commentators do is talk a lot of crap. They don't have anything riding on their statements so they just say stupid crap and get away with it because they dont have to be accountable for being totally wrong. The networks will still portray these clowns as so called "experts" and ignore the fact that most of these "analists" are about as accurate as a coin flip.
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Well so far hes taken it in reverse
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CALL*

frick.
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HOW DID THAT WORK OUT TRENT? I'M YELLING LIKE YOU DO WHEN YOU CAL GAMES!
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yeah, the elite 11, which he won. over kyle allen, deshaun watson, etc, etc
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Didn't he attend Dilfer's QB camp as a Senior? I'm sure that's part of why he's pumping this kid up. He can't be worse than JJ.
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Couldn't get much worse
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Funny, BadAgg7. He's basically identical to Kyle Allen except for PT experience.
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When he's laying flat on his back with cracked ribs, the only changing he'll think about is changing his boxers
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Program changer but couldn't beat out Jeremy Johnson for starting QB... Sounds Legit
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in his mind he always thinks he's gonna win


he'll learn that winning isn't just a state of mind after auburn goes 5-7 this year.
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Wasn't that what they said about Jeremy Johnson?
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