Saturday, November 21, 2009

With This Win

Final score, Texas 51 Kansas 20. With this win, Colt McCoy becomes the winningest starting quarterback in NCAA history. He has 43 victories. That's one more than David Greene, and 4 more than Peyton Manning.

He has 4 consecutive 10 win seasons.

He (at this point) has a 70% career pass completion percentage.

He has (at this point) a 148 Quarterback rating for the season, and (so far) a 155.4 career QB rating.

He has everything but two things. A championship and a Heisman. Hopefully, he will get both this year. Texas plays Nebraska for the Big 12 Championship on December 5. If they win that, they will most likely play the SEC champ in the National Championship game. But first, they play A&M on Thanksgiving day. If they lose then, it'll all be moot.

It's a bit sad to see this winding down, so I won't think about that just yet. For a little while longer, you will still get your

Gratuitous Colt McCoy photo:


I don't even want to talk about the LSU game. Stupid decisions by Les Miles. What moron tries to clock the ball with ONE second left? That cost them the game. They were in field goal range. Why didn't they just kick the field goal? Why try to clock the ball? Dumb Dumb Dumb.

I don't want to talk about it.

I'm going to bed.

Phooey.

2 comments:

Steve said...

Postgame he said that he didn't think they had time to kick the ball but he might have time to spike the ball. I want to know why they let the clock down to 9 seconds before using their last timeout before getting that last long completion. They let 15 seconds or so just run off!!! But, folks in Stillwater were loving Les Miles after that game!

Becky said...

Yes, there was that, too. It was just a poorly managed game on Les Miles' part. They don't call him The Mad Hatter for nothing!

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