SEC media days gave writers, bloggers, and broadcasters plenty to work with. With Johnny Manziel answering questions about being hungover, to Steve Spurrier taking shots at Notre Dame, the 3 summer days in Hoover, Alabama didn't disappoint. Neither did LSU quarterback Zach Mettenberger when he was asked about his mechanics.

Speaking to reporters about working with new offensive coordinator Cam Cameron, Mettenberger noted that his passing has plenty of room to improve in the Fall. However, he seems to think one area of his game is much better than that of a former Heisman Trophy winning quarterback.

If it isn't enough that every NFL scout takes shots at Tebow's mechanics, now a player that finished last season 70th in the country in passing efficiency and 73th in completion percentage is doing the same.