I’m happy to no longer listen to your drivel. I guess no other qb in psu history has ever had a great running back.
Actually, I find your caustic dismissal of the player with the highest passer rating in school history, most touchdowns in school history, and highest completion percentage in school history to be pathetic. The 2003 and 2004 Penn State football teams were an unmitigated embarrassment. Mike Robinson was a great player and a great leader in 2005, but he was a terrible QB in 2003 and 2004. He made a TON of mistakes. His accuracy and decision making were barely refined (49.1 CAREER completion percentage, 23TD/21INT). He had the IT factor, just like McSorley. I might be able to listen to an argument that MRob was a better athlete and maybe a better all-around player, but he's definitely not nearly the QB McSorley is. Not even close. The dude is going to leave PSU with over 100 touchdowns, shattering records, yet you can't elevate him above a "role player."
Oh shoot, you're right. He was transcendent. My bad.
This is purely revisionist. MRob was atrocious as a QB in 2003/04
UGA and ND are pretty to moderately one-dimensional. I think all of the games would be awesome.
Folded the tents? They scored their eighth touchdown of the game with 10 minutes left to go up 32 points. Even the broadcast was asking why some starters were still in the game.
Lol. The first amendment. Good one.
I really do care. I want the list. I also want to know how you survived 1998-2011 with these standards.
Right, right. Stats are meaningless, your eyes are the key, no one else sees what you see.
Lost games scoring 38, 39 and 49, but yeah. Bad passing game.