The Experience 2012 MVP..pt 2

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  1. Masler

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    Since Dru left I will take over MVP duties I guess.

    I will get up a table later but in the mean time I would like if everyone posted who they would like in...try to keep it to one person per team to keep it fair.


    The Experience MVP Nominees


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    Ira Harris HB Alabama 286 Att, 1721 yds, 21 TD, 6.0 ypc Harris got injured during the last game of the season and doesn't look to comeback but it may be possible. In his short career he has become Alabama's all time leading rusher in one season. He played very well against users.
    Ken Guiton QB Ohio State 145/242, 2798 yds, 20 TD, 233.1 ypg Guiton has led his Buckeyes to an undefeated and largely uncontested season. He is highly accurate only throwing 8 INT the whole season and handle user opponents well. He looks to make a statement in the National Championship game.
    Kyle Parker QB Clemson 235/385, 4160 yds, 28 TD, 346.6 ypg A huge year for this guy as he has led his Tigers to the ACC Champ game. He looks to beat Miami before most likely heading for the pros.
    Tom Richardson QB Florida 162/238, 2943, 22 TD, 76 Att, 332 yds, 5 TD A good year for this young man, leading his Gators to the SEC Champ game and the #1 ranking. A tough test vs Alabama is the last thing standing in his way to earning a spot in the BCS Champ game.
    Roy Roundtree WR Michigan 58 Rec, 1202 yds, 11 TD This receiver has been the go to guy for the Wolverines all season. He had a good year and has made the Wolvies look hot.
    Joe Boisture QB Mich St 183/331, 2911, 26 TD, 242.5 ypg His first year on the field has shown quite a bit of success. A future leader of the Spartans, things can only go up for him from here
    Chris Thompson HB Florida St 272 Att, 1504 yds, 20 TD, 5.5 ypc A good year for Thompson. They didn't make the ACC Champ game but they are still a force to be reckoned with.
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  2. Shaun Mason

    Shaun Mason Somebody you used to know.

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    I got nobody.
     
  3. GoGators

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    Florida MVP candidates:

    Scrambling sophomore phenom QB Tom Richardson.

    And Coach Basis.....w/o him we wouldn't be 12-0 and headed back to the SEC CG.
     
  4. Basis4aDay56

    Basis4aDay56 Walk On

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    Am I the only user you played? Fuggoff
     
  5. Shaun Mason

    Shaun Mason Somebody you used to know.

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    Can I nominate Jaamal Berry + Roderick Smith = Super Man?
     
  6. Masler

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    Lol, if you can fuse them together somehow, sure
     
  7. Masler

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    Updated with nominees. Voting will begin once we have reached Bowl Season.
     
  8. Randiesel75

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    I'm going to toss my QB up there as well as he has some nice stats...

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  9. GoGators

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    It looks like he completes as many TD passes to the other team as his own :D
     
  10. blLL flo

    blLL flo BTFU!

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    Just in case this will get an extra vote or two...

    Kyle Parker won the Heisman Trophy on the console. He finished the season with 4,570 yards passing, 31 TDs, 2 rushing TDs, with 11 INT. He lead his team to the ACC title and an 11 win season with the only loss coming on the road at Ohio State.

    This is the first Heisman I've won since NCAA '09 and I was very surprised to find out Parker won. I'd be willing to bet it would have gone to the Texas QB or WR if Dru had not left.
     
  11. GoGators

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    I fully support the Kyle Parker for heisman campaign. Great season with him Bill. And congrats on the console heisman. Now just don't let me hear you were paying him so it has to be vacated.
     
  12. dakota7

    dakota7 Former Blue Chip Recruit

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    My vote is for Kyle Parker.

    Is that f-er finally gone leave and play baseball next season?
     
  13. JCspartan2

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    Boisture shouldn't be mentioned with any of those players, he only has good stats because for the majority of my games this season I couldn't stop the CPU and couldn't run the ball on offense so he had to throw a lot.

    Shaun, if it were possible I would nominate your offensive line. There is not one player that is more important or dominant than what your Oline can do.
     
  14. Shaun Mason

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    Gators shut me down on the ground...
     
  15. blLL flo

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    Yes it is off to baseball for Mr. Parker. He is going for the whole Charlie Ward thing, just in a different sport.

    The next few seasons will be interesting at QB for the Tigers. An unproven Senior will start next year, but after that, who knows.
     
  16. GoGators

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    The gators defense is a no run zone so i could probably come up with a couple names more important than that buckeye front 5, but I see what you mean, on paper of course :)
     
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    Tom Richardson threw for 400+ and accounted for 4 touchdowns on the biggest stage in the game. Just putting that out there. 14 and 0 too mind you.
     
  18. Masler

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    Ok I will get a final list up tonight for voting
     
  19. Masler

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    We will decide the winner in the offseason once we advance out of the bowls so I can get completed stats.
     
  20. Shaun Mason

    Shaun Mason Somebody you used to know.

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    I am kind of proud that the Buckeyes had such a good year, but no award winners and only one All-American.
     
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    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6
    Name Position Team Final Stats Comments
    Ira Harris HB Alabama 286 Att, 1721 yards, 6.0 ypc, 21 TD, 143.3 ypg Despite not playing after being hurt the final game of the season, Ira Harris stands among the elite backs at Alabama. He is the single season rushing leader, won the 2012 Walter Camp and Walker awards.
    Ken Guiton QB Ohio State 182.3 Passer Rating, 167/271, 3204 yards, 23 TD, 246.4 ypg Guiton lead his Bucks to an undefeated regular season and very narrowly lost the 2012 BCS Title game. He had decided to return for his Senior year in hopes of getting revenge.
    Kyle Parker QB Clemson 173.8 Passer Rating, 278/44, 4913 yards, 34 TD, 263.5 ypg This kid has to be the best QB in this league, he had over 10,000 passing yards in his career. And what a way to end it too, winning a tough ACC Champ Game and the 2012 Heisman Trophy. His team finished #2 in the polls after OSU's loss and just missed a Title shot.
    Tom Richardson QB Florida 199.3 Passer Rating 205/294, 3662 yards, 27 TD, 281.7 ypg Richardson is being called the new Tim Tebow all over the nation as this Sophomore led his Gators to a perfect 14-0 record in 2012 and won the BCS Title game. He did not win any major awards but I bet next season this kid will be all over them.
    Roy Roundtree WR Michigan 64 Rec, 1,303 yards, 12 TD, 100.2 ypg Roundtree was the main man of the Michigan offense. He went on to win the Biletnikoff award and lead the Wolvies to a Bowl Victory
    Joe Boisture QB Michigan State 146.9 Passer Rating, 192/350, 3,060 yards, 27 TD Boisture had a good first season as starting QB for the Spartans. I imagine a good Junior season for him.
    Chris Thompson HB Florida State 287 Att, 1604 yards, 5.5 ypc, 22 TD, 123.3 ypg Thompson had a good Senior season but was unable to make it to the ACC Champ game. He was explosive and held onto the ball, a hidden gem in this MVP Race.
    Drew Allen QB Oklahoma 120.4 Passer Rating, 259/488, 3547 yards, 22 TD, 272.8 ypg Allen was a good QB for the Sooners but he threw to the opponent about as much as he did his own team. He has another season so look for him to make a splash.
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  22. Masler

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    Didn't realize I screwed that part up....if anyone cannot understand the Tom Richardson section then please get your eyes checked ;)
     
  23. Shaun Mason

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    It's not like you can edit it, LOL
     

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