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#135 : November 02, 2009, 11:52:38 AM

Case Keenum:  44/54, 559 yards, 5 TD, and 1 Int.  50-43 Win vs. Southern Miss
Season:  285/398 - 72%, 3293 yards, 25 TD, and 5 Int.



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#136 : November 07, 2009, 11:31:10 PM

I don't think Pike is still in it with his injury.  Clausen might be out as well, but his numbers are excellent.  CJ Spiller is a sleeper in this crazy race.


Jimmy Clausen:  37/51, 452 yards, 2 TD, and 1 Int.  21-23 Loss vs. Navy
Season:  209/308 - 68%, 2770 yards, 20 TD, and 3 Int.


Case Keenum:  40/60, 522 yards, 3 TD, and 0 Int.  46-45 Win vs. Tulsa
Season:  325/458 - 71%, 3816 yards, 28 TD, and 5 Int.


Mark Ingram:  22 carries, 144 yards, and 0 TD.  24-15 vs. LSU
Season:  175 carries, 1148 yards, and 8 TD, with 3 receiving TD


Colt McCoy:  33/42, 470 yards, 2 TD, and 1 Int.  35-3 Win vs. UCF
Season:  231/317 - 73%, 2447 yards, 17 TD, and 9 Int.


CJ Spiller: 312 total yards and 2 total TD.  40-24 Win vs. FSU
Season:  1794 total yards and 12 total TD


Tim Tebow:  15/20, 208 yards, 1 TD, and 0 Int, with 1 rushing TD and 27 rushing yards.  27-3 Win vs. Vanderbilt
Season: 114/173 - 66%, 1531 yards, 11 TD, and 4 Int, with 9 rushing TD and 577 rushing yards.




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#137 : November 07, 2009, 11:34:50 PM

I don't think Pike is still in it with his injury.� Clausen might be out as well, but his numbers are excellent.� CJ Spiller is a sleeper in this crazy race.


Jimmy Clausen:� 37/51,�452 yards,�2 TD, and�1 Int.� 21-23 Loss vs. Navy
Season:� 209/308 - 68%, 2770 yards, 20 TD, and 3 Int.


Case Keenum:� 40/60,�522 yards,�3 TD, and�0 Int.� 46-45 Win vs. Tulsa
Season:� 325/458 - 71%, 3816 yards, 28 TD, and 5 Int.


Mark Ingram:��22 carries,�144 yards, and�0 TD.� 24-15�vs. LSU
Season:� 175 carries, 1148 yards, and 8 TD, with 3 receiving TD


Colt McCoy:� 33/42,�470 yards,�2 TD, and�1 Int.� 35-3 Win vs. UCF
Season:� 231/317 - 73%, 2447 yards, 17 TD, and 9 Int.


CJ Spiller:�312 total yards and�2 total TD.� 40-24 Win vs. FSU
Season:� 1794 total yards and 12 total TD


Tim Tebow:� 15/20,�208 yards,�1 TD, and�0 Int, with�1 rushing TD and�27 rushing yards.� 27-3�Win vs. Vanderbilt
Season: 114/173 - 66%, 1531 yards, 11 TD, and 4 Int, with 9 rushing TD and 577 rushing yards.
Pike is out imo and Clausen won't win it because of his team's success. Tebow will probably win it, but I don't think its well deserved this year. Spiller is the most impressive of the bunch, but Clemson isn't a big enough name right now for him to get considered.
It's sad this award is suppose to be for the best college player, not the best team and best player on that team.

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#138 : November 08, 2009, 12:00:21 AM

Pike is out imo and Clausen shouldn't win it because of his team's success.



It's sad this award is suppose to be for the best college player, not the best team and best player on that team.

Did you mean "won't" instead of "shouldn't" or are you contradicting yourself?  Not being a smart arse, just can't read "tone" that easily on a MB post.




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#139 : November 08, 2009, 12:03:28 AM

Pike is out imo and Clausen shouldn't win it because of his team's success.



It's sad this award is suppose to be for the best college player, not the best team and best player on that team.

Did you mean "won't" instead of "shouldn't" or are you contradicting yourself?  Not being a smart arse, just can't read "tone" that easily on a MB post.
I ment, won't.

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#140 : November 08, 2009, 12:11:26 AM

I don't think Pike is still in it with his injury.� Clausen might be out as well, but his numbers are excellent.� CJ Spiller is a sleeper in this crazy race.


Jimmy Clausen:� 37/51,�452 yards,�2 TD, and�1 Int.� 21-23 Loss vs. Navy
Season:� 209/308 - 68%, 2770 yards, 20 TD, and 3 Int.


Case Keenum:� 40/60,�522 yards,�3 TD, and�0 Int.� 46-45 Win vs. Tulsa
Season:� 325/458 - 71%, 3816 yards, 28 TD, and 5 Int.


Mark Ingram:��22 carries,�144 yards, and�0 TD.� 24-15�vs. LSU
Season:� 175 carries, 1148 yards, and 8 TD, with 3 receiving TD


Colt McCoy:� 33/42,�470 yards,�2 TD, and�1 Int.� 35-3 Win vs. UCF
Season:� 231/317 - 73%, 2447 yards, 17 TD, and 9 Int.


CJ Spiller:�312 total yards and�2 total TD.� 40-24 Win vs. FSU
Season:� 1794 total yards and 12 total TD


Tim Tebow:� 15/20,�208 yards,�1 TD, and�0 Int, with�1 rushing TD and�27 rushing yards.� 27-3�Win vs. Vanderbilt
Season: 114/173 - 66%, 1531 yards, 11 TD, and 4 Int, with 9 rushing TD and 577 rushing yards.


Case Keenum's #s are absurdly good. He won't get the votes because of playing for a CUSA and not a BCS school.


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#141 : November 08, 2009, 12:12:40 AM

Pike is out imo and Clausen shouldn't win it because of his team's success.



It's sad this award is suppose to be for the best college player, not the best team and best player on that team.

Did you mean "won't" instead of "shouldn't" or are you contradicting yourself?  Not being a smart arse, just can't read "tone" that easily on a MB post.
I ment, won't.

Ok, make sense.

Although, ND has no more losses than UF had when Tebow won it.


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#142 : November 14, 2009, 10:15:35 PM

I think Keenum's chances are gone with the loss (2nd of the season) to UCF and Clausen is out too unless his night improves dramatically.  Also, Josh Nesbitt and Toby Gerhart deserve to be added to the list, IMO.


Toby Gerhart  29 carries, 178 yards, and 3 TD.  55-21 Win vs. USC
Season:  263 carries, 1395 yards, and 19 TD.


Mark Ingram:  19 carries, 149 yards, and 2 TD.  31-3 Win vs. Miss State
Season:  194 carries, 1297 yards, and 10 TD, with 3 receiving TD


Colt McCoy:  23/34, 181 yards, 2 TD, and 0 Int.  47-14 Win vs. Baylor
Season:  254/351 - 72%, 2628 yards, 19 TD, and 9 Int.


Josh Nesbitt:  6/10, 195 yards, 2 TD, and 0 Int.  1 rushing TD and 30 rushing yards.  49-10 Win vs. Duke
Season:  58/125 - 46%, 1418 yards, 8 TD, and 4 Int.  16 rushing TD and 847 rushing yards.


CJ Spiller:  175 total yards and 3 total TD.  43-23 Win vs. NC State
Season:  1969 total yards and 15 total TD


Tim Tebow:  14/25, 198 yards, 1 TD, and 0 Int, with 1 rushing TD and 27 rushing yards.  24-14 Win vs. South Carolina
Season: 128/198 - 65%, 1729 yards, 12 TD, and 4 Int, with 10 rushing TD and 604 rushing yards.


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#143 : November 14, 2009, 10:22:40 PM

Clausen sure wowed me tonight with his Heisman like performance against a very formidable Pitt. defense..

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#144 : November 14, 2009, 10:39:52 PM

Clausen ran one in so he's not out yet.


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#145 : November 14, 2009, 11:21:47 PM

a little premature on Clausen, imo




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#146 : November 14, 2009, 11:39:52 PM

Gerhart has a shot if they can keep upsetting teams like that. But in the end someone like Tebow or MCcoy wins it

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#147 : November 15, 2009, 08:51:03 AM

a little premature on Clausen, imo

They've lost 4 already, and could lose 2 or 3 more.


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#148 : November 15, 2009, 09:16:12 AM

Gerhart has a shot if they can keep upsetting teams like that. But in the end someone like Tebow or MCcoy wins it
I was just going to throw his name out there.  He will probably end up with over 20 rushing TDs and 1600-1700 yards.


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#149 : November 17, 2009, 08:30:54 PM

Toby is a stud. Reminds me of John Riggins.

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