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    Re: FCS National Awards Watch- Oct 9

    Quote Originally Posted by World View Post
    Well there you go



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    Interceptions are an important metric for QB's

    As with all other QB's on the lists, you might want to add the number of interceptions thrown by Princeton QB Lovett during the 4 games that he has played
    Note: so is the competition against which they're playing.

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    Re: FCS National Awards Watch- Oct 9

    Quote Originally Posted by Grizalltheway View Post
    Note: so is the competition against which they're playing.
    Excellent point

    I was only suggesting that the interception stats for Lovett be added since all other QB's on the list show the interceptions

    Are you suggesting that the competition should be added for all players on the list?

    That would be difficult, don't you think?

    Maybe the amount of each game played should also be included since Lovett has played only about 1/2 to 3/4's of each game due to Princeton's leads.

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    Re: FCS National Awards Watch- Oct 9

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    Interceptions are an important metric for QB's

    It's an even more important metric for DBs.

    Dartmouth's Swann leads FCS in total interceptions (5) even though he's played only four games. Not sure what else he can do to make the watch list.

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    Re: FCS National Awards Watch- Oct 9

    Quote Originally Posted by McNeese75 View Post
    He has been injured off an on all year but McNeese DE Chris Livings played 25 snaps Saturday night and had 5 sacks.

    Not saying he should be on the list but that should raise an eyebrow
    I had him on the list a while back. Need to see him be consistent but if he could do that 2 more times he would definitely be a finalist! lol

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    Re: FCS National Awards Watch- Oct 9

    Quote Originally Posted by Professor View Post
    Kid has a chance to make it to Sundays

    DE Darryl Johnson, North Carolina A&T, Jr.- 23 TKL, 9 TFL, 6 SACKS, 2 PBU, 4 QBH, 1 FF in 6 games.
    I know you would not like to hear this but if he got his degree and could transfer to a FBS program to get in a strong weight room program he could be special. He needs physical development and to be more consistent with his pass rush but he is long, fast, athletic, and has a good motor. He is very fun to watch. He really needs to train hard this off-season and transform his body. If he can do that he could go real high next year. I currently have him as a 5th round grade.

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    Dante Olson, Montana: 98 tackles! Yeah, the Griz defense has played a lot more snaps than you'd expect (477) but that's still crazy.

    Thanks for putting that together, SmallCollegeFBFan.
    Glad to do it. Figured it will help people with knowing what is around the country.

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    Re: FCS National Awards Watch- Oct 9

    Quote Originally Posted by World View Post
    Well there you go



    note:

    Interceptions are an important metric for QB's

    As with all other QB's on the lists, you might want to add the number of interceptions thrown by Princeton QB Lovett during the 4 games that he has played
    I don't list "0 TFL or 0 INT" for defensive players so I don't list "0 INT" for a QB. If he throws a pick I will include it though.

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    Re: FCS National Awards Watch- Oct 9

    Quote Originally Posted by Go Green View Post
    It's an even more important metric for DBs.

    Dartmouth's Swann leads FCS in total interceptions (5) even though he's played only four games. Not sure what else he can do to make the watch list.
    For me, 1-2 more picks or had he returned a couple for a TD. If he were to have some TFL, FF, FR, or more PBUs as well. I almost put him on this week. If he has another game this coming week like last week he will go on for sure.

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    Re: FCS National Awards Watch- Oct 9

    Quote Originally Posted by Grizalltheway View Post
    Note: so is the competition against which they're playing.
    Not necessarily true for these awards. Lots of these awards go to the big stats guy no matter who he plays.

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    Re: FCS National Awards Watch- Oct 9

    Quote Originally Posted by SmallCollegeFBFan View Post
    I don't list "0 TFL or 0 INT" for defensive players so I don't list "0 INT" for a QB. If he throws a pick I will include it though.
    It's your list, so you can do it however you want to, but I do get his point about showing 0 INTs for QBs. Since INT's are a negative thing for QBs, and TFLs and INTs for defensive players are good things, it's a different metric.
    The fact that a QB hasn't thrown an INT after 4 or 5 games starts to get impressive and gets even more so as the season progresses. A defensive player not getting an INT in a season may not be a huge deal depending on where they play and what their other stats are...a QB not throwing an INT in a season is a pretty huge deal.
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    Re: FCS National Awards Watch- Oct 9

    Let's hope JuJuan Lawson is back Saturday, I see he is on your list now

    Isaiah Coulter and Aaron Parker are 2 good WR's for Rhode Island that are kind of working against each other for individual stats right now
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