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    I so hope Oregon and Alabama meet up. If so after the game there will be so much enjoyable smack talk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by roseberry View Post
    tdb is one of my young training buds too. he is a good man and has a nice dog!(even though he takes this rtr thing more seriously than me and you!)
    Hey, now, hold on about our lack of seriousness when it comes to this 'Bama bidness!




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    Quote Originally Posted by duk4me View Post
    I so hope Oregon and Alabama meet up. If so after the game there will be so much enjoyable smack talk.
    duk4me. I'm with you. It would an interesting matchup: Formidable defense with size and power against West Coast speed. Personally, I don't believe the rest of the nation sees passing like we have in the Pac 12. Florida State would fit in. If they both make it past this weekend, the odds are pretty good that it will happen.

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    LMFAO. You're an idiot. You think the passing offenses are better in the PAC 10/12/whatever???? Bless your heart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacob Hawkes View Post
    LMFAO. You're an idiot. You think the passing offenses are better in the PAC 10/12/whatever???? Bless your heart.
    Well Jacob according to the stats listed by ESPN : 5 of the top 10 passers in the nation are from the West Coast, including the TOP 4

    http://espn.go.com/college-football/.../2013/group/80
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    Look @ QBR. This isn't even remotely close.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BonMallari View Post
    Well Jacob according to the stats listed by ESPN : 5 of the top 10 passers in the nation are from the West Coast, including the TOP 4

    http://espn.go.com/college-football/.../2013/group/80
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacob Hawkes View Post
    LMFAO. You're an idiot. You think the passing offenses are better in the PAC 10/12/whatever???? Bless your heart.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jacob Hawkes View Post
    Ole Miss is coming off a heartbreaking loss. Hard to get back up the next week. LSU plays better in Oxford against Ole Miss than they do in The BR. No way LSU overlooks Ole Miss. LSU rolls in this one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacob Hawkes View Post
    LMFAO. You're an idiot. You think the passing offenses are better in the PAC 10/12/whatever???? Bless your heart.
    My statement was, "I don't believe the rest of the nation sees passing like we have in the pac 12."

    That apparently induced paroxysms of laughter in you. In addition, in your view I'm an clear idiot for having such a stupid belief.

    well pull yourself away from your hamhock and plate of buttered grits, kick the coon hounds outside and take a gander at the following chart.

    NCAA Division I-A Player Passing Statistics - 2013


    Statistics: Passing | Rushing | Receiving | Scoring | Returning | Kicking | Punting | Defense
    Season:
    Group: FBS (Division I-A) | FCS (Division I-AA)
    College Total QBR
    College Total QBR Explained
    College Football Metrics
    Passing Yards Leaders - All Players
    RK PLAYER TEAM COMP ATT PCT YDS YDS/A LONG TD INT SACK RAT
    1 Sean Mannion, QB ORST 296 436 67.9 3540 8.1 55 31 6 19 156.8
    2 Connor Halliday, QB WSU 302 482 62.7 3098 6.4 72 20 18 17 122.9
    3 Derek Carr, QB FRES 290 419 69.2 3061 7.3 75 28 4 7 150.7
    4 Jared Goff, QB CAL 252 418 60.3 2881 6.9 89 14 9 26 124.9
    5 Johnny Manziel, QB TA&M 200 276 72.5 2867 10.4 95 26 8 12 185.0
    6 Keith Wenning, QB BALL 214 343 62.4 2865 8.4 72 23 5 8 151.8
    7 Garrett Gilbert, QB SMU 245 382 64.1 2634 6.9 79 15 6 22 131.9
    8 Tajh Boyd, QB CLEM 192 292 65.8 2620 9.0 96 20 6 21 159.6
    9 Shane Carden, QB ECU 251 341 73.6 2589 7.6 48 19 5 22 152.8
    10 David Fales, QB SJSU 178 295 60.3 2575 8.7 83 18 10 13 147.0
    RK PLAYER TEAM COMP ATT PCT YDS YDS/A LONG TD INT SACK RAT
    11 Corey Robinson, QB TROY 219 319 68.7 2557 8.0 58 18 8 14 149.6
    Teddy Bridgewater, QB LOU 179 243 73.7 2557 10.5 69 23 2 11 191.6
    13 Taylor Kelly, QB ASU 195 310 62.9 2511 8.1 74 23 8 17 150.3
    14 Jameis Winston, QB FSU 149 212 70.3 2502 11.8 94 24 6 13 201.1
    15 Zach Mettenberger, QB LSU 151 231 65.4 2492 10.8 63 19 7 14 177.1
    16 Bryce Petty, QB BAY 122 176 69.3 2453 13.9 93 18 1 3 219.0
    17 Brett Smith, QB WYO 203 319 63.6 2367 7.4 93 19 7 15 141.2
    18 Marcus Mariota, QB ORE 144 225 64.0 2281 10.1 75 20 0 10 178.5
    19 Brandon Doughty, QB WKU 189 281 67.3 2251 8.0 60 9 13 15 135.9
    20 Garrett Grayson, QB CSU 184 300 61.3 2244 7.5 56 15 7 12 136.0
    RK PLAYER TEAM COMP ATT PCT YDS YDS/A LONG TD INT SACK RAT
    21 Davis Webb, QB TTU 185 300 61.7 2237 7.5 51 15 9 6 134.8
    22 Aaron Murray, QB UGA 155 249 62.2 2196 8.8 98 18 6 11 155.4
    23 Tommy Rees, QB ND 148 266 55.6 2186 8.2 82 22 8 7 145.9
    24 Keith Price, QB WASH 169 263 64.3 2169 8.2 70 16 4 21 150.6
    25 John O'Korn, QB HOU 161 247 65.2 2121 8.6 83 22 4 14 163.5
    26 Derek Thompson, QB UNT 177 264 67.0 2084 7.9 85 12 11 7 140.0
    27 Rakeem Cato, QB MRSH 167 277 60.3 2069 7.5 58 20 6 15 142.5
    28 Logan Thomas, QB VT 167 300 55.7 2056 6.9 83 11 12 16 117.3
    29 Tyler Tettleton, QB OHIO 151 222 68.0 2029 9.1 80 17 6 5 164.7
    30 Christian Hackenberg, QB PSU 164 281 58.4 2024 7.2 54 13 8 19 128.4
    RK PLAYER TEAM COMP ATT PCT YDS YDS/A LONG TD INT SACK RAT
    31 Taysom Hill, QB BYU 146 276 52.9 2019 7.3 60 12 8 24 122.9
    32 Brett Hundley, QB UCLA 165 242 68.2 1998 8.3 76 16 8 16 152.7
    33 Devin Gardner, QB MICH 121 202 59.9 1989 9.8 70 13 11 18 153.0
    34 Bo Wallace, QB MISS 165 263 62.7 1976 7.5 70 11 3 17 137.4
    35 Kyle Pohl, QB AKR 187 340 55.0 1971 5.8 77 10 10 22 107.5
    36 Nathan Scheelhaase, QB ILL 161 248 64.9 1970 7.9 72 13 7 17 143.3
    37 Cody Fajardo, QB NEV 168 251 66.9 1956 7.8 61 11 2 15 145.3
    38 Tanner Price, QB WAKE 177 315 56.2 1951 6.2 66 12 5 18 117.6
    39 Nate Sudfeld, QB IND 139 231 60.2 1915 8.3 77 16 7 9 146.6
    40 Gary Nova, QB RUTG 136 231 58.9 1882 8.1 69 17 11 21 142.1
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    Glossary
    COMP: Completions
    ATT: Passing attempts
    PCT: Completion percentage
    YDS: Passing yards
    YDS/A: Yards per pass attempt
    LONG: Longest pass
    TD: Passing touchdowns
    INT: Interceptions thrown
    SACK: Sacks
    RAT: Passer Efficiency

    What do you think knot head?

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    I'd be a pretty good passer against my local junior high team. I think my stats would go down if I scrimmaged against Bama a couple times. Just saying.
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