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Title: Colt McCoy vs. Sam Bradford


boratz - December 4, 2008 03:30 AM (GMT)
Colt McCoy the Texas Longhorns quarterback. Colt is a humble young man. He has saved a persons life, and has proven himself a great football player. In 2008 he and his team mates defeat the OU Sooners. Colt is one of the players in competition for Heisimen

Sam bradford is the OU Sooners quaterback. They are now 2nd, and are to the Big 12. Bradford and the sooners lost to the Longhorns, but defeated Tech; whom Texas lost to. Sam Bradford is another player in league for Heismun

Which Quaterback deserves, has earned it, and is right for it?

granobulax - December 4, 2008 06:06 AM (GMT)
Graham Harrel!!! :lol:

Look at the stats. He's got the best stats and he's beaten Texas' Colt McCoy.

Here are the statistics for the quarterback heisman hopefuls...

Colt McCoy: Rank amongst heisman quarterback contenders
Team Record- 11-1
Completed Passes- 291 2nd
Attempted Passes- 375 3rd
Completion %- 77.6% 1st
Passing Yards- 3,445 3rd
Passing Touchdowns- 32 3rd
Interseptions- 7 3rd (Tied)
Rushing Attempts- 128 2nd
Rushing Yards- 576 1st
Rushing Average- 4.5 1st
Rushing Touchdowns- 10 2nd
Total Yards- 4,021 3rd
Total Touchdowns- 42 3rd

Sam Bradford:
Team Record- 11-1
Completed Passes- 268 3rd
Attempted Passes- 393 2nd
Completion %- 68.2% 3rd
Passing Yards- 4,080 2nd
Passing Touchdowns- 46 1st
Interseptions- 6 2nd
Rushing Attempts- 39 3rd
Rushing Yards- 58 3rd
Rushing Average- 1.5 3rd
Rushing Touchdowns- 5 4th
Total Yards- 4,138 2nd
Total Touchdowns- 51 1st

Tim Tebow:
Team Record- 11-1
Completed Passes- 160 4th
Attempted Passes- 246 4th
Completion %- 65% 4th
Passing Yards- 2,299 4th
Passing Touchdowns- 25 4th
Interseptions- 2 1st
Rushing Attempts- 137 1st
Rushing Yards- 507 2nd
Rushing Average- 3.7 2nd
Rushing Touchdowns- 12 1st
Total Yards- 2,806 4th
Total Touchdowns- 37 4th

Graham Harrel:Team Record- 11-1
Completed Passes- 406 1st
Attempted Passes- 568 1st
Completion %- 71.4% 2nd
Passing Yards- 4,747 1st
Passing Touchdowns- 41 2nd
Interseptions- 7 3rd (Tied)
Rushing Attempts- 35 4th
Rushing Yards- -58 4th
Rushing Average- -1.7 4th
Rushing Touchdowns- 6 3rd
Total Yards- 4,689 1st
Total Touchdowns- 47 2nd

Graham Harrel has more 1st places in major statistical categories than any other of the heisman potential quarterbacks and destroyes everyone in passing. If Tech beat Texas, Texas beat Oklahoma, and Oklahoma beat Tech and Harrel has the best stats, I can't comprehend why he's not the leading heisman hopeful...

boratz - December 4, 2008 01:28 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (granobulax @ Dec 4 2008, 06:06 AM)
Graham Harrel!!! :lol:

Look at the stats. He's got the best stats and he's beaten Texas' Colt McCoy.

Here are the statistics for the quarterback heisman hopefuls...

Colt McCoy: Rank amongst heisman quarterback contenders
Team Record- 11-1
Completed Passes- 291 2nd
Attempted Passes- 375 3rd
Completion %- 77.6% 1st
Passing Yards- 3,445 3rd
Passing Touchdowns- 32 3rd
Interseptions- 7 3rd (Tied)
Rushing Attempts- 128 2nd
Rushing Yards- 576 1st
Rushing Average- 4.5 1st
Rushing Touchdowns- 10 2nd
Total Yards- 4,021 3rd
Total Touchdowns- 42 3rd

Sam Bradford:
Team Record- 11-1
Completed Passes- 268 3rd
Attempted Passes- 393 2nd
Completion %- 68.2% 3rd
Passing Yards- 4,080 2nd
Passing Touchdowns- 46 1st
Interseptions- 6 2nd
Rushing Attempts- 39 3rd
Rushing Yards- 58 3rd
Rushing Average- 1.5 3rd
Rushing Touchdowns- 5 4th
Total Yards- 4,138 2nd
Total Touchdowns- 51 1st

Tim Tebow:
Team Record- 11-1
Completed Passes- 160 4th
Attempted Passes- 246 4th
Completion %- 65% 4th
Passing Yards- 2,299 4th
Passing Touchdowns- 25 4th
Interseptions- 2 1st
Rushing Attempts- 137 1st
Rushing Yards- 507 2nd
Rushing Average- 3.7 2nd
Rushing Touchdowns- 12 1st
Total Yards- 2,806 4th
Total Touchdowns- 37 4th

Graham Harrel:Team Record- 11-1
Completed Passes- 406 1st
Attempted Passes- 568 1st
Completion %- 71.4% 2nd
Passing Yards- 4,747 1st
Passing Touchdowns- 41 2nd
Interseptions- 7 3rd (Tied)
Rushing Attempts- 35 4th
Rushing Yards- -58 4th
Rushing Average- -1.7 4th
Rushing Touchdowns- 6 3rd
Total Yards- 4,689 1st
Total Touchdowns- 47 2nd

Graham Harrel has more 1st places in major statistical categories than any other of the heisman potential quarterbacks and destroyes everyone in passing. If Tech beat Texas, Texas beat Oklahoma, and Oklahoma beat Tech and Harrel has the best stats, I can't comprehend why he's not the leading heisman hopeful...

Right now Tech isn't doing that great. For one thing they nearly lost to Baylor. Baylor hasn't been a super great team for as long as I can remeber. I know they better than the Aggis; which i hate them(for one thing my brother goes to Aggie Land College Station). I don't know maybe your right, I'm just sayin that tech has gotten a litttle slopply ever since they beat Texas.

granobulax - December 4, 2008 08:24 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (boratz @ Dec 4 2008, 01:28 PM)
Right now Tech isn't doing that great. For one thing they nearly lost to Baylor. Baylor hasn't been a super great team for as long as I can remeber. I know they better than the Aggis; which i hate them(for one thing my brother goes to Aggie Land College Station). I don't know maybe your right, I'm just sayin that tech has gotten a litttle slopply ever since they beat Texas.

Ok, I'll make my case for Tech. First, lets see who they've beaten.

vs. Eastern Washington W 49 - 24 (Nothing special, it was a good warm up game for them)
vs. @Nevada W 35 - 19 (Nevada is a very good WAC team)
vs. Southern Methodist W 43 - 7 (Tech's punching bag)
vs. Massachusetts W 56 - 14 (I don't even know that team...)
vs. @Kansas St. W 58 - 28 (Big 12 opponent)
vs. Nebraska W 37 - 31 OT (Actually a good game against a desperate opponent)
vs. @Texas A&M W 43 - 25 (One of Tech's biggest rivals)

Here's were their best case is...

vs. @Kansas W 63 - 21 (They blew out a 19th ranked Kansas at Kansas)
vs. Texas W 39 - 33 (In this game, Graham Harrel threw for 474 yards and 2 TD's against that outstanding Texas defense. This compares to Colt McCoy's 294 yards with 2 TD's and an interception. Winner of stats in this match up easily goes to Harrel. Texas was ranked #1 at the time and Tech dominated them)
vs. Oklahoma St. W 56 - 20 (Oklahoma St. was their third straight ranked opponent and second straight top ten team being ranked #9 at the time. Tech destroyed them)
vs. @Oklahoma L 65 - 21 (Yes, this is a bad loss. They came out flat after playing top notch compatition for a month straight. BUT, lets look at the comparitive stats between Graham Harrel and Sam Bradford. Harrel had 361 yards, 3 TD's and one Int while Bradford had less yards, 304, and one more TD, 4. Fairly even stats considering a big loss...)
vs. Baylor W 35 - 28 (Baylor has always been one of Tech's biggest rivals. For so many years both Tech and Baylor have been at the basement of the Big 12. With Tech being beat up after that brutal run, I somewhat expected Tech to come out flat. They still won.)

All of the teams are 11 - 1. The Big 12 teams have beaten each other. I don't see how Graham Harrel's name has been thrown out the door or why Tech isnt being named as a possible BCS bowler.




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