Baylor scores 63 points and puts up 700+ yards of offense on West Virginia and loses 70-63? West Virginia Qb Geno Smith goes 45/51 (88%) for 656 yards and throws 8 tds? I can only assume both teams stopped putting a defense out and West Virgina only won because they had the ball last.
Baylor QB Nick Florence also threw for close to 600 yards finishing 29/47 for 581 yards, 5tds and 1 int. Both teams had receivers over the 300 yard mark. Stedman Bailey had 13 receptions for 303 yards and 5 tds for the Mountaineers, and Terrence Williams had 17 receptions for 314 yards and 2 tds. Talk about an unreal game, and some of us think our defense is bad.
Geno has to be a front runner to win the Heisman with the numbers he is putting up at WVU.
His passer efficiency ratings the past few years are phenomenal to say the least.
Year School Conf Class Pos Cmp Att Pct Yds Y/A AY/A TD Int Rate
2009 West Virginia Big East FR QB 32 49 65.3 309 6.3 5.8 1 1 120.9
2010 West Virginia Big East SO QB 241 372 64.8 2763 7.4 7.9 24 7 144.7
2011 West Virginia Big East JR QB 346 526 65.8 4385 8.3 8.9 31 7 152.6
2012 West Virginia Big 12 SR QB 96 118 81.4 1072 9.1 11.1 12 0 191.2
Career West Virginia 715 1065 67.1 8529 8.0 8.7 68 15 152.7
unfortunately, negotiation list or not, this kid is likely destined to the NFL.
I agree with you TangledWeb. Probabilities are low we'll ever see him in the CFL. What's interesting is if Hamilton would trade his negotiation rights to someone else for something? Like another neg list player of a late round can draft choice or as past of a trade or as part of "future considerations" that the TiCats have given up this year. I'd like to know if we ever got anything for RGIII's neg list rights or if Hamilton just dropped him from their list & someone else, Calgary from what I heard, picked him up.
Time for the CFL to make neg lists & transactions involving them public. Doesn't have to be fluid or daily. Make it like a bank statement at the end of the month or something.