Rumors have circulated around Twitter on Tuesday that Tennessee quarterback Quinten Dormady may have quit the program. Then, a report came out that Jarrett Guarantano will start this Saturday against South Carolina and that Dormady’s future is unclear.
At this time, it’s uncertain exactly how these events have transpired. But nonetheless, it appears the Vols’ quarterback situation is about to undergo major changes.
Both Dormady and Guarantano have played this season. Dormady started the first five games of the season, but the dual-threat Guarantano has also had playing time.
Vols fans had plenty of opinions on the quarterback situation, and many of them took to Twitter to share them. Here’s an assortment of what they were saying:
Why are Vols fans so upset with Dormady transferring? He sucks.
— Sundays in Nashville (@sundaysinnash) October 10, 2017
Dormady can go.. Why would you talk him into staying
— Fire Butch Jones (@Trashy_whyte) October 10, 2017
Quinten Dormady is leaving the Vols? Clearly doesn't have Leadership Rep!
— ArenaFanatic (@previews_review) October 10, 2017
So many people after UGA game were dogging Dormady and asking for a change. They got one and they got mad over that.
— Rev (@RevtheVOL) October 10, 2017
Dormady will go to a new school and end up being drafted
— Matt Norris (@Doreaga) October 10, 2017
Regardless of whether or not Butch can talk Dormady into staying… this quarterback situation has been completely mismanaged from the jump
— Jon Reed (@Jon__Reed) October 10, 2017
If Quinten Dormady leaves (as rumors suggest), he will transfer to somewhere (like Pitt or Memphis), & probably be incredible.
— DarrenStavely (@DarrenStavely) October 10, 2017
Again, if the Dormady stuff is true, it’s 100% why you fire Butch last week. Were already behind the eight ball and losing starters.
— John Monroe (@MinisterofD) October 10, 2017
Players fighting, Dormady leaving, Guarantano starting??? Stability isn't the word I would use regarding Tennessee football.
— Chris Smith (@CSmithScout) October 10, 2017
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