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    Quote Originally Posted by 98Jackfarmer View Post
    There isn't a stat or metric I can go by. Ryan was my next choice on the list of QB's I'd like to have back in this offense. I guess with them my butt cheeks didn't clench every time they threw!
    Well, at least you're getting your kegels in, right?

    I'm typically more nervous about him getting injured than I am an errant throw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CappinHard View Post
    Is there actually a "camp" that feels that way, or are you in an overwhelming minority?

    Youríre right Iím wrong. Past performances when it counts means **** I guess

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    Quote Originally Posted by 98Jackfarmer View Post
    There isn't a stat or metric I can go by. Ryan was my next choice on the list of QB's I'd like to have back in this offense. I guess with them my butt cheeks didn't clench every time they threw!
    I'm wondering why you have this misconception about TC. He's a much more accurate passer than Sumner was. Is it because he throws a harder ball and his misses look different than you're used to?

    Sumner - 737/1267 (58.1%)

    TC - 690/1126 (61.3%)
    Last edited by CappinHard; 10-11-2018 at 10:30 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 98Jackfarmer View Post
    I guess I am looking for a guy we can trust, and I can't do that with him. Granted I'm jaded. Carry on. Call me a Austin Sumner kind of guy.
    Sumner was fun to watch. Just curious -- how could Christion earn your trust at this point?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CappinHard View Post
    Is there actually a "camp" that feels that way, or are you in an overwhelming minority?
    Thatís my kind of ďcampingĒ - extremely quiet and not another person for miles!

    Seriously, TC could stop playing today and would still be listed among the SDSU all-time greats after all of us are gone. Heís rewriting the SDSU and MVFC record books right in front of us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jakejc795 View Post
    Well, at least you're getting your kegels in, right?

    I'm typically more nervous about him getting injured than I am an errant throw.
    go ahead and keep drinking the kook aid. Have you ever heard about rational thinking/evaluation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jakejc795 View Post
    Sumner was fun to watch. Just curious -- how could Christion earn your trust at this point?
    He canít. He lost his head at JMU, I donít think there is a way to trust him again in that sort of a situation. Hopefully Iím wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 98Jackfarmer View Post
    Youríre right Iím wrong. Past performances when it counts means **** I guess
    When it counts... Like the JMU game?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CappinHard View Post
    I'm wondering why you have this misconception about TC. He's a much more accurate passer than Sumner was. Is it because he throws a harder ball and his misses look different than you're used to?

    Sumner - 737/1267 (58.1%)

    TC - 726/1126 (64.5%)
    And Berry was in middle (484/790 or 61.3%), right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 98Jackfarmer View Post
    He canít. He lost his head at JMU, I donít think there is a way to trust him again in that sort of a situation. Hopefully Iím wrong.
    Exactly... One game. He had a broken wrist/hand. Does that change your mind?

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