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    WWSWD

    He'd complete a pass to an open receiver to win the game, that's what he'd do.

    Seneca Wallace.


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    Re: WWSWD

    He would run around until he found an open man instead of using radar eyes.


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    Re: WWSWD

    Quote Originally Posted by ZombieCyclone View Post
    He'd complete a pass to an open receiver to win the game, that's what he'd do.

    Seneca Wallace.
    Or he'd throw a pick since they were about equally likely in his college career. Depends how the first half went, because when he was on, he was great. When he was off, he was god awful, and there was no in between.



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    Re: WWSWD

    Quote Originally Posted by IcSyU View Post
    Or he'd throw a pick since they were about equally likely in his college career. Depends how the first half went, because when he was on, he was great. When he was off, he was god awful, and there was no in between.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IcSyU View Post
    Or he'd throw a pick since they were about equally likely in his college career. Depends how the first half went, because when he was on, he was great. When he was off, he was god awful, and there was no in between.

    First excommunication?


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    Re: WWSWD

    Quote Originally Posted by IcSyU View Post
    Or he'd throw a pick since they were about equally likely in his college career. Depends how the first half went, because when he was on, he was great. When he was off, he was god awful, and there was no in between.
    Exactly... Seneca did throw 26 tds and 27 ints, and had that god awful game against OU, Boise, and K-State.

    When he was on he was great. But when the team got down and was playing from behind he took way too many chances and they ended up hurting him. And remember he had troubles with fumbles from time to time.

    Although, his line in 2002 did suck.



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    Re: WWSWD

    Watch how he has improved today against the Chiefs.


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    Re: WWSWD

    Well atleat maybe half the time.



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    Re: WWSWD

    Quote Originally Posted by IcSyU View Post
    Or he'd throw a pick since they were about equally likely in his college career. Depends how the first half went, because when he was on, he was great. When he was off, he was god awful, and there was no in between.
    I'm going to disagree, Seneca was a great quaterback but the rest of the running game was weak/nonexistant and the O line was sub par. The second half of 2002 I recall him scrambling for his life on what seemed like every play. His loss was highly evident in how the next season there was just 0 offensive production(under 9 ppgs in conference play). Seneca was the only playmaker and thus yes he forced a few passes.



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    Re: WWSWD

    the 2003 ISU Cyclones are the best indication of how incredible Seneca Wallace was.



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    Re: WWSWD

    I'm going to get blasted for this, but in pure quarterbacking ability, I think Seneca was no better than Meyer or Arnaud, he just had two to three times the athletic ability that they had/have. Like a poor-man's Michael Vick.



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    Re: WWSWD

    Quote Originally Posted by cyrocksmypants View Post
    I'm going to get blasted for this, but in pure quarterbacking ability, I think Seneca was no better than Meyer or Arnaud, he just had two to three times the athletic ability that they had/have. Like a poor-man's Michael Vick.
    Seneca has made a career in the NFL with his quarterbacking ability, I think Brett and Austin are great Cyclones - but they are not on the same level of Seneca Wallace in Athletic Ability OR quarterbacking ability.



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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrocksmypants View Post
    I'm going to get blasted for this, but in pure quarterbacking ability, I think Seneca was no better than Meyer or Arnaud, he just had two to three times the athletic ability that they had/have. Like a poor-man's Michael Vick.
    Because that's contradictory, almost irony.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrocksmypants View Post
    I'm going to get blasted for this, but in pure quarterbacking ability, I think Seneca was no better than Meyer or Arnaud, he just had two to three times the athletic ability that they had/have. Like a poor-man's Michael Vick.
    Farva disagrees.



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    Re: WWSWD

    Really? Maybe I should make myself more clear.

    My personal feeling is that Seneca was no better at throwing a football or reading a defense than Meyer or Arnaud. He was able to get out of trouble with his feet, and that saved him a lot.

    And he can thank Mike Holmgren for his career. If a guy like Sage Rosenfels can barely catch on in the NFL, I'd hate to see where Seneca would be if Holmgren didn't have a man-crush on him.

    Don't get me wrong, I love Seneca and wish him well, but too many people remember the Iowa and Texas Tech games and not the entire second half of the 2002 season.



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