By now, I think every college football fan has witnessed Connecticut backup quarterback Johnny McEntee’s mad talent.
The Huskies signal-caller released a video demonstrating his amazing ability to pull off the wildest of stunts — footage that was even better than the old Michael Jordan-Larry Bird McDonald’s commercial.
Well, Monmouth (IL) College’s Alex Tanney made a trick-shot video of his own. But Tanney isn’t just an average quarterback, as he was named the Midwest Conference’s player of the year in 2009 when he threw for nearly 4,000 yards and 44 touchdowns. His 2010 season, however, was cut short by injury, and he’s now preparing for the 2011 NFL draft.
Check out the video below and debate with your buddies whether it's as impressive as McEntee’s awesome display.
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