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JackedMan69
01-01-2011, 08:50 AM
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SwagMorris
01-01-2011, 08:54 AM
Who? Never heard of him

JackedMan69
01-01-2011, 08:56 AM
Who? Never heard of him

All big ten QB over Pryor, Robinson, Stanzi.

scotyg
01-01-2011, 09:08 AM
i saw nw mich state game, may have been the one he got injured in, but he was very impressive. as long as the rest of his team isnt too bad (it is northwestern after all) hell tear **** up next year.

joedirt87
01-01-2011, 10:15 AM
Almost impossible to win a heisman, when you can't even win your conference. Much like an MVP award, your team has to be good, not just your individual stats. If that were the case Timmy Chang would have got himself one.

AriGhold
01-01-2011, 10:18 AM
he will never have the stats to win the heisman. the hype around him was from his decent running ability and him leading NW to a couple wins against teams they should beat.

nothing to see here.

JackedMan69
01-01-2011, 12:01 PM
he will never have the stats to win the heisman. the hype around him was from his decent running ability and him leading NW to a couple wins against teams they should beat.

nothing to see here.

LMAO errr incorrect. Try again.


During preparations for Tuesday's Insight Bowl against Missouri, Iowa defensive players were asked to name the best quarterback they faced this year.

Surprisingly, it wasn't Ohio State star Terrelle Pryor, midseason Heisman favorite Denard Robinson, or the nation's fourth-rated passer, Wisconsin quarterback Scott Tolzien.

"Dan Persa," cornerback Micah Hyde told the Cedar Rapids Gazette.

Consensus All-American defensive end Adrian Clayborn agreed, "I'd definitely say Persa. We couldn't stop him."

“Dan Persa,” cornerback Shaun Prater said. “He was a very aggressive quarterback, breaking arm-tackles all day."

And not to beat a dead horse, linebacker Jeremiah Hunter added, "Definitely Northwestern’s guy. Oh man. He did everything. He ran, he passed. He was hard to tackle. He was a freak, man.