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Real Stupid Question

Discussion in 'NCAA Football' started by PAgamer07, Aug 13, 2010.

  1. PAgamer07

    PAgamer07 We're the ship without a storm

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    Real Stupid Question

    Ok I play for fun and havent really payed attention to stats that much. But Im working on some leaderboards for the Redshirts and have a question...

    Do conference championship game stats and bowl game stats count toward a player's total stats for the year?

    Example: Player A has 1000 yards rushing and 10 TD on the season

    Will the leaderboards be updated if he rushes for 100 more yards in either conference championship or bowl game?

    I know in baseball they don't, just wondering about NCAA?
     
  2. smlVICTORIES53

    smlVICTORIES53 Walk On

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    I think they do.
     
  3. JFunk34

    JFunk34 Friends may come and go, but enemies accumulate.

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    Yes they count.
     
  4. charter04

    charter04 Walk On

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    Yes they count toward their final stat's. It used to not be that way 10 or fifteen years ago. Bowl games didn't count as far as stat's go. I don't really know why or when they changed it. Maybe because most teams go to bowls?
     
  5. GSUtiger

    GSUtiger GEAUX TIGERS!!

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    NO question is a stupid question around here
     
  6. PAgamer07

    PAgamer07 We're the ship without a storm

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    Ok Cool. Thanks guys. I just know that baseball considers it "the postseason" and they are seperate entities.
     

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