Mocking the Draft podcast: How will Mike Glennon fare as Buccaneers starter?

Jared Wickerham

The Buccaneers made big news on Wednesday, announcing Mike Glennon as their starting quarterback. We broke down the move on the podcast.

On Episode 13 of the Mocking the Draft podcast, we had quite a bit of news to get to. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced that Mike Glennon would be the starting quarterback going forward, so we dove into how effective Bucs fans can expect him to be early on. The outlook was not positive.

We also previewed Week 5 of the college football season after putting a putrid Week 4 schedule in the rearview mirror. One of the biggest games of the weekend for NFL Draft nerds will be between Central Florida and South Carolina. The Knights have a talented offense, led by redshirt junior quarterback Blake Bortles, who has been on fire to start the season. However, South Carolina provides the toughest matchup he will face in his college career.

At the end of the show we took your NFL Draft questions, some of which were a bit bizarre. Listen to the full episode below, and as always, if you want to have a question answered on the show, drop a comment in this article or find us on Twitter @MockingtheDraft or @MatthewFairburn.

Thanks for the listening.

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