The Big Lead has video of John Wall dunking over Indiana with his left. So far Wall is living up to the enormous hype he had coming out of high school. This kid could definitely lead first year coach John Calipari and Kentucky to a National Championship with his one and done year. Of course Kansas fans laugh at this thought and for good reason since they are the deepest and most talented team in the country right now. That would be a hell of a final game: UK vs KU: Clash of the Diaper Dandies!
Saturday, December 12, 2009
Hands down the most dominant and most outstanding player in college football this year was Nebraska defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh. A lot of people want to talk about Texas Colt McCoy, Stanford's Toby Gerhart, and Alabama's Mark Ingram for good reasons but when you look at the complete season you can not argue who was the most outstanding in every single game he played. Suh aka House Of Spears was so dominant that FanIQ took a look at his defensive stats this year and compared it to the top defensive line units for Texas, Florida and Alabama combined.
98 Tkl, 23.5 TFL, 9.5 Sk, 20 QBH, 5 PBU, 0 Int, 1 FF, 3 Blk
112 Tkl, 33 TFL, 14 Sk, 48 QBH, 5 PBU, 0 Int, 1 FF, 0 Blk
116 Tkl, 25.5 TFL, 15.5 Sk, 10 QBH, 7 PBU, 0 Int, 2 FF, 0 Blk
82 Tkl, 23 TFL, 12 Sk, 24 QBH, 10 PBU, 1 Int, 1 FF, 3 Blk
Suh as an individual almost matches those entire team's defensive line units in terms of stats. Simply putting it he can't be stopped and he alone deserves to win the Heisman Trophy tonight.
SPORTSCRACK'S FINAL HEISMAN BALLOT
Who do I think they will get the "Hypes"man tonight? Colt McCoy even though he isn't a top 5 QB in college football. If anybody wins it other than Suh it would be a damn shame.
Posted by Matt Fairchild (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 12:31 PM