Sunday, November 12, 2006

Youth is wasted on the Young

When a freshman first steps on a college campus, there is so much to learn. How do I get to class? Do I have to go to class? Where are the best underage bars? Where are the women at?

If you happen to play football there is so much more to learn, but around the country you are starting to see more true freshman quarterbacks take a starring role a schools in BCS conferences. On Saturday, two true freshmen made a huge impact on the National Title Race.

  1. Matthew Stafford, UGA: Earlier this year, head Coach Mark Richt was pulling him in and out of games. Now it appears that he has held on the job after he held lead Georgia to a win over Auburn yesterday.

  2. Josh Freeman, Kansas State: Ron Prince took over from the program builder in Bill Snyder, the first order of business was to make sure that Freeman found himself to the Little Apple. When the wildcats needed a play to a made on Saturday night in their win over defending national champion Texas, Freeman was there. With approximately a 1:30 to go in the game, Freeman rolled out and found an open receiver to salt away the game.

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