Were not in Wetumpka anymore! William Hamilton recruiting Thread The "Wetumpka Wizzard" decides....... to throw 8 picks in his first game for the Tigers. Perhaps the Traditions most recruited player in 3 years broke into the starting line up for the Auburn Tigers in his first game in his first year on campus. That might not be news considering Georgia has started freshman QB's in back to back seasons both making the freshman all-american team, but what is news: Hamilton was given the nod ahead of 2011 O'Brien award winner Tyrik Rollison. Rollison was blind sided by the choice of Hamilton. Rollison passed for 4600 yards in his sophomore campaign and looked poised to lead the Tigers to their 4th strait SEC title game. This isn't the 1st time in coach Ramirez' career that he has been accused of playing favorites with his new recruit over his established player. While at Arizona State it was the norm for a HB to make the all-american team be in the Heisman race only to find himself on the bench the next season behind an incoming freshman. This isn't sitting well with the Auburn alumni. The Tiger fans have got accustomed to being on top and are confused with QB decesion. Auburn installed a new offense tailored to Hamilton's strengths. But this isn't Wetumpka anymore. Opening the season at home Hamilton well how can I say this.......shit the bed! The freshman chucked the rock 42 times for 19 completions and 8 interceptions and 0 TD's for a whopping 56.9 QB rating. Thats right count em 8. After the 4th one it was starting to get down right hostile for Hamilton. Then the 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th......you can only imagine the crowd at this point. During the televised game they kept cutting to Rollison who never once started to warm up. Rollison contacted after the game would not comment but did say "If you have QB questions ask the coach. Should I be starting, ask the coach." clearly this kid is not happy. Not the most accurate passer well ok. But Hamilton also accounted for the 9th turnover. Hamilton was sacked 5 times and totaled 22 rushes for 48 yards and 1 TD. The loss to Oklahoma 62-27 puts the Tigers squarely behind the 8 ball. It the second worst loss in the past 4 years (the loss to Alabama last season tops the list). Hamilton has a lot of work to regain the image of golden boy and the Tigers are all out of mistakes if they want to win the National Title.