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Johnny McEntee: From Backup Quarterback to Trick Shot Sensation (Video)

By |2018-11-07T20:02:15+00:00February 9th, 2011|2 Comments

Call him the football version of Dude Perfect.  Only, just days ago, he was simply Johnny McEntee.  A small handful of people knew him as the redshirt junior backup quarterback for the Connecticut Huskies.

Now, he’s a Google sensation.  McEntee’s video of trick shots (via YouTube) has spread like wildfire throughout the internet.

The word “viral” just doesn’t do it justice.

“Johnny Mac” – yes, that’s his nickname in the video – uses a football to complete a series of different trick shots.  Overall, the clips are quite entertaining and extremely awe-inspiring.

Certainly, it remains to be seen just how many times McEntee had to attempt to make each shot a success.  One would think that if he had this kind of accuracy on a regular basis, he’d he a starting quarterback for the Huskies.

Either way, the results are quite impressive.

If you haven’t seen it already, check out Johnny Mac in action:

Video via YouTube

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  1. admin February 11, 2011 at 9:02 AM


    Yeah, what did you think of this video? Pretty crazy… wonder if it took him 500 tries. I mean, wouldn’t he start if he could throw it on a dime every time.

  2. Chris Humpherys February 10, 2011 at 2:34 PM

    Looks like Paul Pasqualoni’s gonna have some fun with this kid.

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