Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by Mick Ronson, Oct 20, 2011.
these are Kansas' numbers. they have 44+ starts on the OL.
You are right on, Mick. I have always said that this is THE most reliable indicator regarding predicting wins. OL experience and continuity = Offensive production. Unfortunately, if your defense cannot stop anyone, your offensive productivitiy doesn't mean CRAP.
I've seen stats and I think 44 starts is average at best. Might even be below average.
If you have seen stats... why not post them? Oh yea, anything to create another meaningless argument with a buff fan.
I'm guessing you probably have access to google. Look 'em up and tell me I'm wrong.
You are the one that wanted to argue with his point, you should prove YOUR point. Care to back up your opinion with a fact? I'm not saying you are wrong, because I just don't know... basically just saying you're an ass, based upon my observation of the majority of your posts.
turns out you are right based on google:
YMSSRA... someone help pls
Crybabies. Do you always act like this when you are wrong?
Tante, and google said I was right.
Top 10 teams in OL starts (2011 record so far):
1. Colorado State - 129 (3-3)
2. Wake Forest - 119 (4-2)
3. East Carolina - 114 (2-4)
4. Louisiana - 113 (UL-Lafayette 6-1; UL-Monroe 2-4)
5. Alabama-Birmingham - 108 (1-6)
Florida International - 108 (4-3)
7. North Texas - 103 (2-5)
8. Minnesota - 102 (1-5)
9. Notre Dame - 100 (4-2)
10. Iowa - 99 (4-2)
Middle Tennessee - 99 (1-4)
Georgia - 99 (5-2)
Lots of craptastic names on that list .......... starting with #1!!!!
So are you saying that Mick was correct in his point but chose a less than perfect example?
I tried but got the same thing. YMSSRA
That link was for 09 season.
1. It was the link provided by WW to support his point (which, in fact, it refutes).
2. Doesn't really matter what season it is for (other than the current records don't make a lot of sense). Still a lot of crappy teams that year that had beaucoup experience on the OL.
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