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Like clockwork, you duck the issue. So predictable.
Excuse me for not knowing what the "issue" is.
Learn to read.
not necessarily. Look at the MAC QB's who were first round picks. Flacco was FCS. Keapernick was at Nevada, Patrick Ramsey came from Tulane, RGIII from Baylor. With media today a top flight pro prospect is going to be noticed regardless of where they play. The key is readiness. Oregon QB's have been great in college because of their system and are either low round picks (Dixon) or not even drafted (Thomas).
A head coach or OC who is a QB guru who runs a pro-style offense is going to be best to prepare a QB for the next level. Right now OSU and Nebraska will not have QB's drafted high (if at all).
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Stanford, Bama, Texas, or Harvard.
Another example of unprovoked aggression from duffy.
Tell me again you're not an angry person, it's good for a laugh.
3. Ohio State
Your number 1 school doesn't even have a coach at the moment. Your number 3 choice has a coach who runs the spread option. How on earth are either above UGA or Texas?
Btw without looking it up, can anyone tell me the name of the only Ohio State QB to be taken in the first round of the NFL draft?
The one with the gambling addiction? Don't remember his name, though.
Very warm. I need a name, though.
QB's taken #1 in the NFL draft have come from Utah, Mississippi, Fresno State and Kentucky over the past 13 years, all programs like Northwestern. If you have the talent, no one gives a shit what school you went to.
No question about it. Great location and a lot of fun. If he doesn't make it to the NFL a Stanford degree will make crazy money and people in the Bay Area love Stanford
My future son will be the best QB in all of Vietnam.
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