South Carolina Presbyterian’s Tim Webb made only his second career start last Saturday, yet he’ll have a hard time ever living up to his performance. Webb was 31-40, racking up 648 passing yards and seven touchdowns. Not bad, eh? Well Webb amazingly thinks there’s still room for improvement.
Reviewing game film after the Blue Hose beat North Greenville 66-52, coach Bobby Bentley pointed out a receiver that the sophomore missed. "Well, if had made that pass it would've been 50 more yards, it would've been 700" yards, Webb recalled.Well, you’ll probably be forgiven for that small flaw, even by that receiver. After all, Webb’s career day also amounted to a bonanza for his receivers. Terrance Butler and Larry Thomas each had three touchdown catches for the day, and both had plenty of receiving yards.
It’s just too bad that Presbyterian isn’t a member of the Football Championship Subdivision. Had it been, Webb would have topped the current record of 624 yards by Weber State’s Jamie Martin 16 years ago. He’ll take the memories for now, and remember, it’s all about winning!
"I could throw for 50 yards and if we win, I'll be happy," Webb said.