Gruden’s QB Camp with Mike Glennon

Here is a quick video to watch that will take your mind off of the horrible tragedy today at the Boston Marathon.

As we all know, Jon Gruden’s QB Camp, which is basically must-see TV, for the second year in a row will showcase a former Wolfpack quarterback. Last year, Russell Wilson was on the other side of the table. This year, Mike Glennon is the draft pick that Gruden has a sit down meeting with.

Here is a Youtube video between Gruden and Glennon:

ESPN has released the times that the 30 minute show featuring Mike Glennon will air:

April 23 7:30 AM ESPN Classic
April 24 5:00 PM ESPNU
April 24 11:30 PM ESPNU
April 25 3:00 PM ESPNU
April 26 7:30 AM ESPN News
April 28 7:00 AM ESPNU
May 8 2:30 PM ESPNU
May 24 7:00 AM ESPNU

Good luck to Mike and all the other Wolfpackers waiting to get drafted.

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16 Responses to Gruden’s QB Camp with Mike Glennon

  1. sjmac11 04/16/2013 at 7:06 AM #

    the last two sentences sum up the dismissal of Coach Obrien and the rest of the staff. read option with Glennon, drop back with Russell.

  2. maverick_ncsu 04/16/2013 at 7:42 AM #

    Say what you will about O’Brien, and he frustrated the mess out of me too, but we’ll have 2 QB’s in the NFL just a couple years apart. That’s definitely something for a position that many schools never get a player in the NFL.

  3. Codebrown 04/16/2013 at 9:22 AM #

    This is pure TV gold. Chucky needs to be a head coach somewhere soon.

  4. ryebread 04/16/2013 at 10:08 AM #

    I have to admit that I really like Gruden as an announcer and analyst. He’s in the perfect role and it seems like he is really enjoying it.

    DB was a great QB coach. I think he was a fairly average OC. I wish we could have kept him on as a QB coach, particularly given we’re still paying him.

    I wish Glennon the best. I hope he goes highly and then has a long career in the NFL.

  5. rthomas44 04/16/2013 at 9:46 PM #

    Glennon will not make the opening day roster of any NFL team and anybody that drafts him should be fired.

  6. Wulfpack 04/16/2013 at 9:56 PM #

    Just awesome tv. Love Gruden.

  7. mak4dpak 04/17/2013 at 12:19 AM #

    Sounds like one of us is gonna have to give up watching the NFL, because Glennon will have a place there. Can’t understand such negativisim toward our own. Go Glennon, and Go Pack!

  8. poorfarmer 04/17/2013 at 6:45 AM #

    Hey rt44 you may end up being right but have you seen mark sanchez? Gabbert? etc… He may not make one but i’d rather have Glennon then quite a few stiffs that are on some nfl rosters!!!

  9. TeufelWolf 04/17/2013 at 9:32 AM #

    rt, it is obvious that you’re a poser.

  10. triadwolf 04/17/2013 at 11:17 AM #

    ^ No doubt. Glennon has elite QB ability and can make every throw needed at the NFL level. Now leadership skills, decision making and ball security may still be questions. However, I remember questioning RW’s decision making during his last couple seasons at State; looking back I think that had a lot to do with the combination of having little running game, play calling and feeling like he had to make plays to win games. Glennon had pretty much the same situation and then you can throw in the fact that half his receivers couldn’t catch the ball and that definitely had an effect on his decisions.

    It’ll be interesting to see how Glennon’s career goes, but there’s little doubt he’ll be drafted and make a roster.

  11. sjmac11 04/17/2013 at 1:08 PM #

    Glennon will do just fine in a NFL setting. He has the size, football knowledge and a cannon for an arm. Again (here is the que for all the happy people who think unicorns and ferries exist) the former coaching staff just fell short a bit. Glennon will also be surrounded by talented guys who will make any of his mistakes forgivable. What prime time quarter back have we had that actually translated into success for the entire team? Big Phil Rivers with a cast of Florida thugs who could play some damn ball. I’d Take Chuck back any day with TOB managing the off the field matters of the kids.

  12. rthomas44 04/17/2013 at 5:30 PM #

    TeufelWolf, just so you know, class of 73 and wolfpack club member for 38 years. Glennon has two cement shoes for feet and that is being kind.

  13. 44rules 04/17/2013 at 5:47 PM #

    He certainly was cement-logged, RT. But his receivers had hands of stone. I think over the last few years we’ve dropped a minimum of five catchable balls a game.

  14. TeufelWolf 04/17/2013 at 9:12 PM #

    rt, it’s easy to make such claims behind a keyboard. I find it hard to believe a real State fan would take the time and put in the effort to make such a tasteless and stupid statement. Even if you aren’t a troll, bad mouthing someone like Glennon is pretty lame. Thank God we had him the last two years. I suppose you didn’t like Rivers’ throwing motion either? Get a life troll. Don’t be pissed at us just because they are raising your Rams club dues.

  15. Texpack 04/18/2013 at 9:39 AM #

    Great arm, great size, seems like a solid citizen/has his head on straight, can do the gunslinger thing when it’s time to mount a huge comeback, can absolutely wear out defenses with the 4 yard crossing route, especially on fourth and 16.

    Spotty judgement(may be the product of a poor OL), makes Matt Schaub look very mobile.

    There were at least 25 QB’s in the NFL last year that aren’t as serviceable as Glennon. The key for him will be to find a situation with a really good QB coach and at least 3 All Pro’s on the OL. His lack of mobility is going to be his undoing unless he becomes like Brady and Manning at reading defenses and getting rid of the ball.

  16. ncsu_kappa 04/18/2013 at 11:52 PM #

    I recently had drinks with an exec for the Arizona Cardinals and he thought and said its widely accepted that Glennon was one of the top QB’s in the draft.

    To think otherwise isn’t basing your opinion on facts. I’d still take Russell over Glennon but Glennon is a helluva QB. Neither Manning, Brady, Bree’s, Flacco, Ryan, or Schaub are known for their running ability but they have been ok in the league. I’m not worried about Glennon.

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