Discussion in 'CU Buffs Newsroom' started by RSSBot, Jun 8, 2016.
<b>By Brian Howell</b><p><p><i>BuffZone.com Writer</i>
he's testing to see if the mic is on and if anyone's listening
and why no comments section?
It's a fact. Before he hurt his ankle, 32 for 504 yards & 4 TDs. Final 6 games post-injury... 10 for 94 yards & 0 TDs.
He was on pace for 50+ catches, 800+ yards and 6+ TDs. That would be one of the best years by a WR in CU history.
BDC announced they were killing the comments section across the board, all parts of their online offering. Ugly behaviour was the reason.
Told you that weight loss would pay off. Good for you!
I can't agree with you. First, I don't believe you can just double his 1st half production because you are including the non-conference wimps. But these stats of our all time leaders were not in danger... It was a less pass friendly era, yet these guys were getting a lot more yards out of 50+ catches. I'd add Scotty McKnight and Nelson Spruce to the list just because they were making a lot of catches. You can't be having one of the best seasons in history when your own teammate is having a much better one.
He was having a solid season....
Dissent is not welcome, dammit.
Those seem like very pedestrian numbers to me.
I think we've only had around 8 guys who have had 1,000 yard seasons. Shay was probably looking at around a Top 10 yardage year.
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