Ha! I appreciate your splendid retort but I think even tyrannosaurus rex used to crack on dudes still rocking pleats.
Shelley seems pretty cool but I assume her not stepping in is to blame for Urban rocking pleats.
I think I used the word "legit" in there somewhere to talk about the gap between titles. 1970 team lost by 10 in the Rose Bowl and Nebraska ended up the AP #1 so I think it's fair to say the '70 claimed national title is dubious at best. At same time, I like saying we have 8 national titles so I'm admittedly wishy-washy about it.
Yeah, how can someone just willy-nilly discard a championship chair?!
Good call. I purposely omitted USC due to sanctions and even then '03 was a split title but forgot about Nebraska.
Oops. Thanks, fixed.
Our translation is Buckeye Excellence.
Sad to hear about his death. I've got at least four of his albums on vinyl plus the Woodstock stuff. Mad Dogs & Englishmen is far and away my favorite. I'll probably give that a spin tonight. Dude sang with serious soul and passion. RIP.
The short answer is that Pass Breakups occur when a defender tips a pass to prevent the receiver from making a catch or else hitting the receiver at the same time the football arrives, thus "breaking up" the catch. (Defensive linemen can also get credit for PBRU when they bat down a pass at the line.)
Passes Defensed is a player's combo of Interceptions and Pass Breakups.
The longer answer can be found on page 5 here: http://fs.ncaa.org/Docs/stats/Stats_Manuals/Football/2011ez.pdf
Whoa. Not sure how that happened. Thanks for pointing out. Wishful thinking I suppose.