Is Matt Barkley The Next Tom Brady?

That’s not a question that helps Barkley but here’s the story from

UPDATED: My question is why these same experts projected Barkley so low in the draft or pointed out his flaws if he has a chance to be Brady?

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    USC haters, like yourself Wolf.

    • gotroy22

      Didn’t Scott graduate from USC?



  • TrojanFan

    WHY WHY WHY? Barkley has started a new chapter in his life, let him rest in peace. Your trolling this subject is getting ridiculous

    • Ted

      Let him rest in peace?!? is he dead?

      • gotroy22

        Last season he played like a zombie.

      • TrojanFan


  • sorry “Bucky” but your theory falls apart when you base your evaluation on the premise that the Pious Passer “makes sound decisions under duress”!!!

    quite the opposite if you actually consider the empirical evidence, such as number if INT’s and the LACK of ANY 4Qtr COMEBACKS!!!!

    the next Tom Brady? he’s not even the next GREG BRADY!!!!

    • TrojanFamily

      Bucky of course refers to the Ohio State Buckeyes, against whom Barkley lead a 4th quarter comeback.

      Chuckle Bucket is once again factually incorrect. He is the Fox News of sports blog trolling.

      • the WOLFMAN, the ultimate nationally recognized AUTHORITY on Southern Cal sports, AGREED that game did not count as a Pious Passer “win”.

        you seem to forget that when Jim Hill the dean of So CA sports journalists needed an expert during the Sanction bombshell, who did he call to help him on air???? the WOLFMAN, that’s who!!!

        the WOLFMAN, has the FINAL SAY on these matters, so you can Sit on it, Nerd!!

        • TrojanFan

          MAN CRUSH!

          Try playing on the freeway…hahaha!

        • Jethro G Sabbath


          How does it feel to try soooooooooooooooooo desperately hard to create a nickname for someone and not have anyone but yourself ever even acknowledge it?

          We see you working here but remember, if you are the only one using it, it’s not a nickname.

          • oh really????? if you are referring to the “Pious Passer”, the wolfman publicly stated that Pious Passer was his favorite nickname for the MB!!!!!

            in addition i just googled pious passer and i found numerous hits including someone just last month stole the term for their article: “Last week, Mark Sanchez’s quarterback tutor Jeff Garcia called Tim Tebow a distraction who needs to be cut from the New York Jets.

            Yesterday, Tebow’s instructor fired back.

            Steve Clarkson, a private coach working with the Pious Passer referred to Sanchez as “fragile-minded.”

            So Jezro, thank you for helping me validate that the term Pious Passer is now part of the nation’s sports lexicon!!!

            i recommend a bag of ice for your brutally kicked crotch!!!

          • tl;dr.

            Only girls kick crotches.

          • Trojan Hoarse

            So what would one find if they Googled “Charles Bucket”?…..a picture of an iced crotch?…..

          • TrojanFan

            ….HAHAHA! CLASSIC!!!!

          • Jethro G Sabbath

            Keep trying!

          • TrojanFan

            Bucket’s nickname should be “penis breath”

            i recommend two bags of ice for your brutally kicked crotch!!!

          • You realize the site hosting your “article” has it’s top three meta tags as Miley Cyrus, Adriana Lima, and Hulk Hogan. Seems legit…

          • TrojanFan

            Nickname him “penis breath”

      • gotroy22

        Your relentless sunshine pumping makes you the MSNBC of sports blogs trolls.

    • TrojanFan

      1:00 am and you’re still posting, what a pathetic maniac


      two more kicks to the crotch….ouch!


  • Per Sports Illustrated, the stats correlated with becoming a quality quarterback in the NFL are 27+ on the Wonderlic, a minimum of 28 starts in college, and a college completion percentage of >60%. Barkley scored a 30 on the Wonderlic, started for 4 years, and had a 64.1% completion rate. It is no guarantee of future success, but he clearly has the foundation to make it big.

  • Golden Trojan

    My question is why did Tom Brady go so low in the draft if he had a chance to be Tom Brady?!

    • WEB_Dupree

      Well, just because a guy looks and sounds like Tom Brady and is named “Tom Brady” does not mean that he is Tom Brady. Obviously.

      • Golden Trojan

        It is what it is!

  • Jeffrey Showalter

    The point they are making is that Barkley has a chance to be a low draft pick that ends up being a very successful QB. Just as Brady was picked low and became a success, so can Barkley be picked low and become a success. Basic SAT analogy here, Wolf.

  • “these same experts”??? Wasn’t this article written by one person? How about YOU writing a story on how Barkley will do in the NFL, Wolf. Stop the cyber- bullying (any wimp can do it), and quit using other people’s comments and opinions.