All Iowa Football Team---Post Bowl Edition

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Brodie0

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80% of the 2019 All-Pro OL were from current ACC schools so basically you're talking "Best High Diver from Alaska ".
I appreciate the attempt at cherry-picking by referencing “current” ACC schools so you can include Notre Dame. Unfortunately, your post is still inaccurate.
 

CyHawk1605

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I appreciate the attempt at cherry-picking by referencing “current” ACC schools so you can include Notre Dame. Unfortunately, your post is still inaccurate.
He’s technically correct with “Current ACC” but it’s stupid to cherry pick with that.
 

Brodie0

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He’s technically correct with “Current ACC” but it’s stupid to cherry pick with that.
How so? I thought any player named a first-team all-pro by AP, PFW, or SN is an “all-pro” player. Is that not correct? In 2019 those players were:

Laremy Tunsil (SEC)
David Bakhtiari (PAC-12)
Ryan Ramcyzk (B1G)
Ronnie Stanley (ND/“ACC”)
Quenton Nelson (ND/“ACC”)
Jason Kelce (AAC)
Zack Martin (ND/“ACC”)
Marshal Yanda (B1G)

So 3/8 of the 2019 All-Pro OL were from the ACC, and all three of those were Notre Dame players.
 
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CyTwins

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Hall is bigger and faster than Goodson, just like Goodson is quicker and more elusive than Hall is.
Hall, at 6-foot-1, 215 pounds, forced more missed tackles than any freshman in college football a season ago. He’s been even better as a sophomore, forcing 18 missed tackles on 66 carries. That ranks fourth nationally, per PFF College.