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Better than Matt. Better than Colin. Better than Geno. RTR!
So when will he start getting serious Heisman consideration?
Bowl Subdivision (FBS) National Player Report
Year: 2012 Thru: 10/20/12 Minimum Pct. of Games Played 75
Minimum 15 pass attempts per game
Rank Player Pos Cl Gm Patt Pcomp Comppct Int Intpct Pyds Ydspatt TDs TDpct Rating
1 A.J. McCarron, Alabama QB JR 7 154 106 68.83 0 .00 1476 9.58 16 10.39 183.63
2 Collin Klein, Kansas St. QB SR 7 139 98 70.50 2 1.44 1397 10.05 10 7.19 175.79
3 Nick Florence, Baylor QB SR 6 217 142 65.44 10 4.61 2226 10.26 20 9.22 172.80
4 Geno Smith, West Virginia QB SR 7 291 216 74.23 2 .69 2414 8.30 26 8.93 172.02
5 Seth Doege, Texas Tech QB SR 7 267 189 70.79 7 2.62 2209 8.27 28 10.49 169.65
Complete Rankings Link
This post was edited by Crimson2theCore 18 months ago
Copying and pasting never seems to work well here. lol. Click link to read without getting a headache!
Say he ends up with 2600 yds, 28 TDs and 0 INT.. Would he get enough votes with those numbers to win it? I think he should, but I also thought Trent should have gotten it last year, so what do I know.
This post was edited by philly_2_bama 18 months ago
I see Philip Sims there at 84 with 7 tds and 4 ints. Hows he looked this year, I haven't seen him yet.
During the game espn showed him on the Heisman watch. With thise numbers and no "clear cut" candidate, especially if we continue winning and more importantly scoring, I don't see how he couldn't end up in NYC.
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If K-State keeps winning, Collin Klein will get it. His passing stats are comparable to AJ's and he's the 2nd leading K-State rusher with 550 yds and 14 tds.
With the way that we run the ball, I just don't see AJ getting any serious consideration. He should, but he won't. Of course a few more games like last night and that could change.
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