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Old 10-30-2011, 02:51 PM
Location: H-town, TX.
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Originally Posted by mattyj46 View Post
That could be true, although Georgia have shown they're a decent team, Boise State also have TCU which is another decent enough team coming up. So far in the sargin rankings Boise State's SOS is 12th whereas Houston's is 52.

The thing which just bugs me is that Keenum broke this record playing in CUSA, where as when Kellen Moore breaks Colt McCoy's record of wins, everybody will say its because he played in the WAC/MWC.

I wouldn't sweat that, because the other side of the argument that your average SEC/Big 12/Big 10 hugger won't think of is that Moore and Keenum had lesser talent around them to put up those numbers with.

Anything to disguise the fact that the SEC is Bama, LSU and 10 relative scrubs...same with the Big 12 getting mopped up by the Oklahoma schools.
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Old 10-31-2011, 08:46 AM
Location: Houston, TX
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Case has done well and should get a visit to New York. With that said it has mainly been against CUSA, so its not like Pat Patterson was playing CB against him. But CUSA has some decent teams and to throw that many TDs is still an accomplishment. Will he play on Sundays? He might get a clipboard for a few years.
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Old 11-03-2011, 12:46 PM
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Originally Posted by shoe01 View Post
Harrell faced a lot of top 25 teams in his career, and his record was accomplished in three years of starting. He was largely overlooked in the Heisman vote. I'm not diminishing Keenum's record (as virtually all of us couldn't dream of doing that), but it'll be incredibly difficult to win it, unless his team is headed to New Orleans the second week of January.
I certainly wouldn't discredit Harrell in any way whatsoever, but Keenum has really only had three full years as the starter. He played in 2007 but was splitting time with a competitor and blew out his knee in the UCLA game last year. Maybe 3.5 years...
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