I dont know if I like that to much. But maybe he was on a bad team, I don't know, I never watched him in college.
This is what Pro Football Weekly says about Cutler...
Height - 6' 2 1/2"
Weight - 219 lbs
40yd - 4.8
Big, strong, athletic, and can make every NFL throw. Has a very good arm and the improvisational skills to get out of trouble and throw off-balance, on the move and without his feet set. Very tough four-year starter and team captain who has only missed one game with injury despite taking a beating behind an average offensive line. Has a 400-lb bench press and will stand in the pocket and deliver. Understands his offense like a coach and showed great poise in two-minute situations, leading the Commodores to a last-minute win over Tennessee in his final game. Made his last season his best, nearly matching his career victory total (six) as a senior (five) and competing closely with tough SEC competition.
Too confident in his arm strength and will make some bad decisions trying to force the ball into tight spots. Does not step into his throws and his mechanics could use some refinement. Deep accuracy has been off and at times does not know his own arm strength. Owns an 11-34 mark as a starter.
THE WAY WE SEE IT:
A true gunslinger with a cowboy's toughness, Cutler has drawn comparisons to Brett Favre from many longtime evaluators. Like Favre, with whom he shares almost identical size, Cutler cares more about winning than how he looks doing it. If he finally enters a situation where he has some time to throw and has weapons around him, he could be dangerous in the pros.
Take it for what it's worth.....