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01-05-2006, 08:04 PM
I am not sure of how many college football fans in here we have but what do you think of the BCS. In my opinion I think the Bowl games should go back to what they were. I think there should be a playoff among the top 6 or 8 teams to decide the National Championship. There will still be enough teams left to make the Bowl games still worth watching. The following on some of these teams are big.
01-11-2006, 07:45 PM
I totally agree. The system did give us one hell of a game this year though. What a performance by V. Young ! I don't know what kind of a pro he is going to make though. What do you think ?
01-18-2006, 07:44 PM
I do not think he will be a quarterback in the pros. He has more of the body of a tightend. That was one great game that I did not get to see the end of.
01-19-2006, 03:02 PM
With his playmaking ability, leadership & completion percentage (best in college), he will start out as a QB, but I give him 2 years before he makes the switch to WR. Sorta like Antwaan Randle El of Pittsburgh.
Actually I think he will be a great QB because of his reads...and watching him run..it was not a Randall - El type run..but a very concious picking his way to open space...something that should lead to some longevity as a mobile qb...nobody hit him very solidly....He almost looked like he was in slow motion at times even when he was making guys miss..don't know if anyone else picked up on that...I think because he was always looking down field when running and yet maintained the ability to avoid tackles at the same time...his downfield gaze made a lot of defensive backs hestitant. It was watching him play during the year that made me pick Texas over SC. They really did sit him for about half of say 60% of the games
He could well be another Ben Rothlisberger...but a better runner even....he throws a 3/4 side arm a bit like Ben as well. Plus he has the size....
01-31-2006, 06:42 PM
It will be a lot of fun to see how his NFL career develops.
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