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    Emery Taylor leads the conference in interceptions and is 2nd in pass break-ups and is not 1st team defense. Strange. Also not sure how Rosenbrock is not on the 1st team.

    Very surprising a Mines guy is not OPOY also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbonium View Post
    Emery Taylor leads the conference in interceptions and is 2nd in pass break-ups and is not 1st team defense. Strange. Also not sure how Rosenbrock is not on the 1st team.

    Very surprising a Mines guy is not OPOY also.
    Oliver probably would of had better numbers than Hovasse if he played in all 11 games. The starters only played more than 3 qtrs. in the CSU-P,Asuza, Dixie State and Chadron games. I think that's right without looking it up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbonium View Post
    Emery Taylor leads the conference in interceptions and is 2nd in pass break-ups and is not 1st team defense. Strange. Also not sure how Rosenbrock is not on the 1st team.

    Very surprising a Mines guy is not OPOY also.
    I would imagine any discrepancies between stat rankings and all-conference teams are best explained by coaches voting based on their firsthand memory of the player... how much effort went into planning against him, what impact he had when they coached against him, what he looked like on film leading up to the game, etc. Also what they did in big games could mean something, IDK. Seems to happen pretty regularly to players on multiple teams.

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    Gotta love looking at the end of season stats, here’s a few I thought were interesting
    Adams gave up 51.9 ppg, and was about even in time of possession.
    CSUP’s defense gave up 150.8 ypg less than the second place team. The difference between 2nd and 11th was 138.7 ypg.
    Only 4 teams had a positive turnover margin and they were the top four teams in the conference
    Only 7 onside kicks this entire season from the conference, not a whole lot of potential comebacks apparently
    The top 3 teams in red zone offense combined for 10 wins all season, top 3 teams in red zone defense combined for 27 wins.

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