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    Re: Top Ten Quarterbacks to Watch in the FCS - Ranking

    It must be so difficult to find good QBs in Texas....
    Quote Originally Posted by Daytripper View Post
    Wow. I guess this year's top recruit (Ty Brock) will back up Griffin after this year. It's a good problem to have a lot of good quarterbacks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickels View Post
    Wish we would have started Griffin against JMU as Briscoe was too injured to play that game. Longo prioritized records over winning. Glad he's gone.
    LOL he was not injured. He just sucked and couldn't play in the cold - playing with gloves on for the first time. They spent 1,000 hours before the game talking about how he was good to go. His throwing motion did not look impaired. They never mentioned his injury during the broadcast. I'm not going to let you Soft Houston State boys rewrite history behind your fraudulent Payton winner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaladinFan View Post
    Those wrinkles always seem more theoretical than something you see in actual practice. A lot of teams have former QBs playing all over the field, and rarely do you see anyone other than the QB throw the ball.
    Cal Poly burned a lot of teams with the pass last year. 1534 total yards at 15.5 per catch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grizalltheway View Post
    Cal Poly burned a lot of teams with the pass last year. 1534 total yards at 15.5 per catch.
    They didn't burn UND. They just straight dropped back and threw all over them. Graves was good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grizalltheway View Post
    Cal Poly burned a lot of teams with the pass last year. 1534 total yards at 15.5 per catch.
    The Citadel threw for 850yds last season with the exact same 15.5 per catch...
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    Re: Top Ten Quarterbacks to Watch in the FCS - Ranking

    Quote Originally Posted by DirtyDukes View Post
    LOL he was not injured. He just sucked and couldn't play in the cold - playing with gloves on for the first time. They spent 1,000 hours before the game talking about how he was good to go. His throwing motion did not look impaired. They never mentioned his injury during the broadcast. I'm not going to let you Soft Houston State boys rewrite history behind your fraudulent Payton winner.
    Hurt, cold, gloves whatever the reason, fraudulent isn't a word I would use because of the results of a single game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by citdog View Post
    The Citadel threw for 850yds last season with the exact same 15.5 per catch...
    I expect you are going to see some similar type numbers from Furman in that regard. Coach Hendrix's Air Force group threw for 134 yards a game last year, but a pretty eye popping 25 yards per completion. They didn't always throw it, but when they did, they went for the haymaker.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sammy94 View Post
    Hurt, cold, gloves whatever the reason, fraudulent isn't a word I would use because of the results of a single game.
    The only game when it mattered, and the only game against an opponent with a real defensive backfield.

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    Re: Top Ten Quarterbacks to Watch in the FCS - Ranking

    Quote Originally Posted by Sammy94 View Post
    Hurt, cold, gloves whatever the reason, fraudulent isn't a word I would use because of the results of a single game.
    Quit responding to that JMU assclown. He just trolls.
    Just because you are offended doesn't mean you are right.

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    Re: Top Ten Quarterbacks to Watch in the FCS - Ranking

    Quote Originally Posted by youcanbankit View Post
    I like Bennifield, he is an athletic QB, and I hope he plays all year. But he has a guy in his rear view mirror that may push him this year. Nick Tiano. If Tiano pans out with his transfer, it could impact Chattanooga's finish in SoCon. If......Big if. But Could be a difference maker.
    You are right, the pro system that will be implemented may favor Taino a little bit. Bennifield will be the front runner, but who knows once the season progresses.


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