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liftinforbroads
11-24-2011, 06:20 PM
We saw Rudy rip off a nasty sack in his only play of scrimmage, so we have to assume he would of broke Terrell Sugg's sack record by about 100

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mZ7ZpLgkVxA

TheDude88
11-24-2011, 06:22 PM
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iamgenus
11-24-2011, 06:24 PM
How many reps would OP get if he hadn't gone full retard?

jsnyde45
11-24-2011, 06:26 PM
How many reps would OP get if he hadn't gone full retard?

Lulz

ItsWhatIDo
11-24-2011, 06:33 PM
We just gonna act like Rudy wasn't a manlet, and that Qb prolly killed himself from embarrassment after taking a sack from the defensive equivalent of Doug Flutie.

CobyWan
11-24-2011, 06:59 PM
We just gonna act like Rudy wasn't a manlet, and that Qb prolly killed himself from embarrassment after taking a sack from the defensive equivalent of Doug Flutie.


Please don't compare Rudy to Doug Flutie.

TaeBoNinja
11-24-2011, 07:02 PM
The real question is what the Waterboy would have done.

brockm97
11-24-2011, 07:03 PM
Please don't compare Rudy to Doug Flutie.





http://www3.images.coolspotters.com/photos/20855/flutie-flakes-profile.jpg

KDotLamar
11-24-2011, 07:20 PM
This problem can be solved by a series of simple mathematical equations. The first component in the equation is Rudy's sack-to-rep ratio. Rudy was 1-for-1 in his college career, which converts into a 100% sack-to-rep ratio.

Next, we must consider the number of plays the opposing team would run, on average, in any given game. Taking into consideration the run-heavy offenses of college football in Rudy's day, we would see typically around 60-70 plays a game on average. For this problem, we will use the low-end estimate, 60, as our variable.

The next thing to consider is how many reps Rudy himself would get in the average game. Because Rudy boasts a 100% sack ratio, it is likely that the coaches would want him in there for most of the reps. We will give Rudy 50 reps a game.

The final variable in our equation is the number of games in a season. Considering the elite status and consistent play of the Notre Dame football team in Rudy's day (in stark contrast to the Notre Dame team of today), Notre Dame would play 13 games a year.

Finally, we use these variables to create the equation: X=G(S/R x R), with G being Games, S being Sacks, and R being Reps.

Plugging in our variables, we get the equation: X=13(50/50 x 50) = X=13(1 x 50) = X=13(50)= 650

Therefore, we can conclude that Rudy would have been on pace to have had 650 sacks in a full season, breaking the NCAA single season and career records for sacks, as well as the NCAA single-game record with 50.

bignpisst
11-24-2011, 07:22 PM
as many as yer mom had, so like 100 at least

blinkers88
11-24-2011, 07:23 PM
This problem can be solved by a series of simple mathematical equations. The first component in the equation is Rudy's sack-to-rep ratio. Rudy was 1-for-1 in his college career, which converts into a 100% sack-to-rep ratio.

Next, we must consider the number of plays the opposing team would run, on average, in any given game. Taking into consideration the run-heavy offenses of college football in Rudy's day, we would see typically around 60-70 plays a game on average. For this problem, we will use the low-end estimate, 60, as our variable.

The next thing to consider is how many reps Rudy himself would get in the average game. Because Rudy boasts a 100% sack ratio, it is likely that the coaches would want him in there for most of the reps. We will give Rudy 50 reps a game.

The final variable in our equation is the number of games in a season. Considering the elite status and consistent play of the Notre Dame football team in Rudy's day (in stark contrast to the Notre Dame team of today), Notre Dame would play 13 games a year.

Finally, we use these variables to create the equation: X=G(S/R x R), with G being Games, S being Sacks, and R being Reps.

Plugging in our variables, we get the equation: X=13(50/50 x 50) = X=13(1 x 50) = X=13(50)= 650

Therefore, we can conclude that Rudy would have been on pace to have had 650 sacks in a full season, breaking the NCAA single season and career records for sacks, as well as the NCAA single-game record with 50.

beautifully calculated

liftinforbroads
11-24-2011, 08:10 PM
650 a year is pretty good. Not great but good.

GinoFelino
11-24-2011, 08:54 PM
This problem can be solved by a series of simple mathematical equations. The first component in the equation is Rudy's sack-to-rep ratio. Rudy was 1-for-1 in his college career, which converts into a 100% sack-to-rep ratio.

Next, we must consider the number of plays the opposing team would run, on average, in any given game. Taking into consideration the run-heavy offenses of college football in Rudy's day, we would see typically around 60-70 plays a game on average. For this problem, we will use the low-end estimate, 60, as our variable.

The next thing to consider is how many reps Rudy himself would get in the average game. Because Rudy boasts a 100% sack ratio, it is likely that the coaches would want him in there for most of the reps. We will give Rudy 50 reps a game.

The final variable in our equation is the number of games in a season. Considering the elite status and consistent play of the Notre Dame football team in Rudy's day (in stark contrast to the Notre Dame team of today), Notre Dame would play 13 games a year.

Finally, we use these variables to create the equation: X=G(S/R x R), with G being Games, S being Sacks, and R being Reps.

Plugging in our variables, we get the equation: X=13(50/50 x 50) = X=13(1 x 50) = X=13(50)= 650

Therefore, we can conclude that Rudy would have been on pace to have had 650 sacks in a full season, breaking the NCAA single season and career records for sacks, as well as the NCAA single-game record with 50.

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However, I think we have to account for how hyped up he was for that one play. It is unrealistic to think he could harness that energy for every single rep. The only way this could be done is if the entire crowd started a slow building Rudy chant between every snap. If this was done, then I think it would be safe to assume your number of 650 sacks.

If not, I think his numbers would be far lower and he would be like this

http://k.wigflip.com/4SwGuIql/roflbot.jpg

Ben6485
11-25-2011, 09:53 AM
also...looking at the original play he was unblocked