You misunderstand. The difference in numbers is largely from
by tdiddy07 (2014-12-22 17:06:57)
Edited on 2014-12-22 17:26:56
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  In reply to: Everyone racks up better numbers against bad teams  posted by SEE

having more games against bad opponents. That and the offense was built around him throwing the ball around, unlike his first start in college against Navy where he naturally wouldn't have been given that freedom. He also didn't play against BYU. Yes, he improved from the beginning of 2012 until the end of 2012. I don't see him making any throws in 2014 that he wasn't making at the end of the year in 2014. I think that's just a buzz word that you can't support.


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