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Feb272005

Which College Is QB-U?

I just stumbled upon this interesting piece.  The criteria appears to be number of players drafted since 1960 (the AFL-NFL merger), and incentivizing prominent careers and super bowl appearances.

25 schools are ranked, with some surprises like Duke and Arkansas.

I applaud the effort in compiling this list, it's a great idea.


25-Michigan State
24-UCLA
23-Alabama
22-Arkansas
21-Iowa

20-California
19-Duke
18-Michigan
17-Washington State
16-Arizona State

15-Maryland
14-Oregon
13-Miami
12-Purdue
11-Ohio State

10-Boston College
9-Penn State
8-Nebraska
7-Mississippi
6-Washington

5-Florida State
4-LSU
3-USC
2-Notre Dame
1-Stanford


What do you think?

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LSU?!
February 27, 2005 | Unregistered CommenterStephen Kim
Based solely on the criteria, the numbers don't lie re: LSU. Y.A. Tittle is also a legend of a man in the NFL. Other than that, though, I agree, kind of a head-scratcher. I'd take Joe Montana over Y.A. Tittle.
March 5, 2005 | Unregistered CommenterResource Admin

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