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Thread: Does Chad Pennington doe everything he has to Randy Moss??

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    Does Chad Pennington doe everything he has to Randy Moss??

    Serious question:

    When Chad Pennington goes to sleep at night and thinks about the millions he has in the bank, do you think he says a prayer of thanks that Randy Moss was such a low-life that he couldn't play at a top flight NCAA program, and instead went to Marshall?

    Please don't freak out mods...this is a serious, respectful question...

    Sorry - thread title should be, "Does Chad Pennington owe everything he has to Randy Moss??"
    Last edited by jets5ever; 10-22-2007 at 09:33 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jets5ever View Post
    Serious question:

    When Chad Pennington goes to sleep at night and thinks about the millions he has in the bank, do you think he says a prayer of thanks that Randy Moss was such a low-life that he couldn't play at a top flight NCAA program, and instead went to Marshall?

    Please don't freak out mods...this is a serious, respectful question...

    Sorry - thread title should be, "Does Chad Pennington owe everything he has to Randy Moss??"
    That is a profoundly ignorant statement. Chad has a Randy Shrine in his garage. (But he only gives prayers of thanks on Saturdays.)

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    No moron, Chads best season at Marshall was without Randy Moss.

    I want Chad gone too, but this thread is just retarded.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jets5ever View Post
    Serious question:

    When Chad Pennington goes to sleep at night and thinks about the millions he has in the bank, do you think he says a prayer of thanks that Randy Moss was such a low-life that he couldn't play at a top flight NCAA program, and instead went to Marshall?

    Please don't freak out mods...this is a serious, respectful question...

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    Before you bash Chad, it would only take a few seconds to figure out what his stats were post-Moss. You could probably have found it on this site. Poor post...just the kind of insulting, negative post made to incite people on this board.

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    NFL Draft: CHAD PENNINGTON, Quarterback
    Marshall 6'3"-224 Knoxville, Tennessee

    Great athlete with excellent size and toughness...Finds alternate receivers quickly and shows exceptional pocket presence...Polished deep passer with a fluid over-the-top release...Holds the ball high, consistently firing tight spirals upfield...Has the mobility to break tackles & puts tremendous zip on his short tosses...Can step away from the rush & is very adept at hitting his receivers on crossing routes...Recently timed at 4.88 in the 40-yard dash...Holds the Mid-American Conference career-record with 103 touchdown passes (Marshall joined the MAC in 1997)...His 123 total scoring tosses (played in the Southern Conference prior to 1997) and 14,098 passing yards established school career-records...Has thrown for over 300 yards in 19 games and had at least three touchdown passes in 25 games during his tenure with the Thundering Herd... Also set school all-time records with 1084 completions of 1712 passes & 14,036 yards in total offense...His pass completion percentage of 63.3 topped Michael Payton (62.2%, 1989-92) in Marshall annals.

    1999 Season...All-American second-team choice by SportsPage.com...GTE/CoSIDA Academic All-American first-team pick...Recipient of the Anson Mount Award, given by Playboy magazine to the nation’s top student-athlete...All-Mid American Conference first-team selection and Offensive Player of the Year...Finalist for the Davey O’Brien National Quarterback Award and the John Unitas Golden Arm Award...Winner of the Cam Henderson Award, given to the school’s top student-athlete...Herald Dispatch Lowell Cade Sportsman of the Year...Chosen as team captain... Rated the best pro quarterback prospect in the country by SportsPage.com...Completed 292 of 433 passes (67.4%) for 4006 yards and 38 touchdowns in 13 games...Added 93 yards and a pair of scores on 64 carries (1.5 avg)...Averaged 315.3 yards per game in total offense.
    Clemson...Opened the season with 333 yards on 29 of 44 tries.
    Liberty...In less than two quarters of action, he gained 279 yards on 23 of 31 tosses with 4 touchdowns, including a 40 yarder to John Cooper and also ran for a 1-yard score.
    Bowling Green...Had another 4 scoring tosses as he gained 257 yards on 15 of 31 chances.
    Temple...Connected on 26 of 36 attempts for 406 yards and 3 touchdowns, including a 40 yarder to Llow Turner.
    Toledo...Added 393 yards on 27 of 37 tosses with 3 scores.
    Buffalo...Only played into the third quarter, but managed to connect on 20 of 25 tosses (80.0%) for 339 yards and 5 touchdowns, including a 57 yarder to Doug Chapman.
    Northern Illinois...Despite having five starters on offense sidelined with injuries, he completed 26 of 33 throws for 288 yards and 4 scores with a long of 71 yards to James Williams.
    Western Michigan (MAC Championship)...Threw for 284 yards and 3 touchdowns on 20 of 31 tries.
    Brigham Young (Motor City Classic)...Closed out his career by completing 17 of 28 passes for 207 yards and a 30-yard touchdown to Chapman in a 21-3 triumph.

    1998 Season...All-American third-team choice by The Sports Network...All-MAC first-team pick... Added Academic All-MAC accolades...Recipient of the Anson Mount Award, given to the top football-playing student-athlete in the country...Named to the 1998 GTE Academic All-District 2 Football Team for the second consecutive year...One of ten finalists for the Davey O'Brien National Quarterback Award...Ranked 14th in the nation, averaging 283.0 yards-per-game in total offense...Completed 297 of 456 passes (65.1%) for 3830 yards, 28 touchdowns and only seven interceptions...Those figures rank second on the school’s season-record charts behind Tony Peterson (340 completions of 622 passes for 4902 yards in 1987...His 3838 yards in total offense is surpassed only by Peterson’s 4737 (1987) in school annals...Threw for at least 300 yards in seven contests.
    Akron...Opened the season by hitting on 25 of 37 attempts for 290 yards, including a 14-yard touchdown to Doug Chapman, that capped a drive where he completed nine consecutive passes.
    Troy State...Named MAC Co-Player of the Week as he threw for a career-high 437 yards on 25 of 34 passes with 5 touchdowns, including a 91 yarder to James Williams.
    South Carolina...Selected MAC/Gatorade Scholar-Athlete of the Week as he connected on 21 of 32 passes for 177 yards with a pair of touchdowns.
    Eastern Michigan...Had his first pass intercepted in 180 attempts, but still managed to gain 279 yards with 2 scores on 26 of 44 tries.
    Miami, Ohio...Again named MAC Player of the Week, completing 25 of 45 throws for 307 yards & 2 touchdowns.
    Ohio University...Threw for 329 yards on 29 of 43 attempts with touchdowns of 6, 18 & 11 yards to LaVorn Colclough, becoming the school’s all-time touchdown passing leader with 70.
    Ball State...Set a school game-record as he completed 85.7% of his passes (30 of 35) for 349 yards & a 24-yard score to Colclough.
    Central Michigan...hit on 18 of 35 throws for 314 yards & 2 touchdowns, including a 39 yarder to Williams.
    Wofford...Became the school’s career passing yardage leader as he gained 322 yards on 19 of 32 chances with scores of 65 & 38 yards to Jerrald Long.
    Toledo (MAC Championship Game)...Completed 23 of 38 attempts for 249 yards & a 19-yard touchdown to Nate Poole to earn game Most Valuable Player honors.
    Louisville (Motor City Bowl)...Completed 18 of 24 passes for 411 yards & 4 touchdowns, including a 50 yarder to Long, adding 34 yards on 3 carries.

    1997 Season...Sophomore All-American first-team selection by The NFL Draft Report...Consensus All-MAC first-team pick...Member of the GTE Academic All-District & Academic All-MAC teams... Named national "Comeback Player of the Year" by the Washington Post...Set an NCAA record for touchdown passes by a sophomore with 39 (that figure led the nation and was the fifth highest total in NCAA history)...Including postseason action, he set a school season-record with 42 touchdown passes...Set a MAC record for yards passing in a season with 3,480 yards... Completed 253 of 428 passes (59.1%)...Established an NCAA season-record for most touchdown passes (24) from a passer to a receiver (Randy Moss), breaking the previous mark of 19 scores by Elvis Grbac of Michigan to Desmond Howard in 1991 & Andre Ware of Houston to Manny Hazzard in 1989.
    West Virginia...Began the season by hitting on 19 of 44 attempts for 266 yards & 3 scores.
    Army...Connected on 9 of 14 tries for 252 yards & 3 touchdowns, including a 79 & 90 yarder to Randy Moss (won AT&T Long Distance Award honors & ABC-Sports National Play of the Week honors for the 90-yard throw).
    Kent...Added 406 yards on 18 of 28 throws with 5 touchdowns, including a career-long 92 yarder to LaVorn Colclough (again earned AT&T Long Distance Award accolades) & 23, 17 & 70-yard tosses to Moss...His 92 yarder was the longest pass completion by a Thundering Herd player since Todd Donnan hit Troy Brown with a 99-yard touchdown vs. Virginia Military Institute in 1991.
    Western Illinois...Became the first player to ever earn AT&T Long Distance Award honors three times in a season as he completed 21 of 35 chances for 282 yards & 3 touchdowns with a long of 84 yards to Llow Turner.
    Ball State...Hit on 27 of 35 passes for 331 yards & a school game-record 6 touchdowns, including scoring tosses of 58, 15, 8, 19 & 3 yards to Moss (Moss set a MAC game-record).
    Akron...Followed with 245 yards & 3 touchdowns on 22 of 35 attempts.
    Miami, Ohio...Picked up 230 yards on 19 of 42 tries with 2 scores, including a 41 yarder to Moss.
    Eastern Michigan...Established a MAC season-record as his three touchdown throws gave him 28 for the season, breaking the old conference mark of 25 by Ryan Henry of Bowling Green in 1994, finishing with 361 yards on 35 of 50 chances.
    Central Michigan...Completed 22 of 35 passes for 261 yards & 3 scores.
    Bowling Green...Picked up 314 yards with 3 touchdowns on 23 of 34 throws.
    Ohio University...Set a school season-record and broke the NCAA sophomore season-record (old NCAA mark was 34 set by Tim Couch of Kentucky in 1997) with his 36th touchdown pass as he completed 18 of 38 tries for 209 yards & a pair of scores, adding another touchdown on a 1-yard run.
    Toledo (MAC Championship Game)...Threw for 322 yards & 3 scores on 20 of 34 attempts.
    Mississippi (Motor City Bowl)...Gained 337 yards on 23 of 45 passes with 3 touchdowns, including an 80 yarder to Moss.

    1996 Season...Redshirted after Florida’s Eric Kresser transferred to Marshall.

    1995 Season...Named Southern Conference Freshman of the Year...Was scheduled to redshirt, but when injuries hit the quarterback unit, he was elevated into the starting lineup by the fourth game, responding with a 125.4 passing efficiency rating, the second-best figure in the league... Finished with 219 of 354 passes (61.9%) for 2445 yards & 15 touchdowns.
    Tennessee Tech...Completed his first collegiate pass attempt, good for 4 yards.
    Georgia Southern...Saw his first extensive action for the Thundering Herd, coming off the bench in the second half to connect on 14 of 23 attempts for 164 yards & a 34-yard score to Mark Wicks.
    Tennessee-Chattanooga...Earned his first career start, responding with 23 of 36 attempts for 284 yards & 3 touchdowns, including a 38 yarder to Jermaine Wiggins.
    Virginia Military Institute...Followed with 256 yards & a pair of scores on 19 of 25 throws (76.0%).
    Furman...Hit on 12 of 22 chances for 144 yards with 8 & 27-yard touchdowns to Tim Martin.
    Hofstra...Completed 17 of 29 tosses for 294 yards & 3 touchdowns, including a 59 yarder to Martin & engineered an 11-play, 76-yard drive that was capped by a game-winning 1-yard scoring plunge by Erik Thomas that gave the Thundering Herd a 30-28 decision.
    Jackson State (NCAA Division 1-AA Playoffs)...Found Thomas with a 59-yard scoring strike.
    Northern Iowa (1-AA Playoffs)...Threw for 186 yards on 19 of 26 chances with a 5-yard score to LaVorn Colclough.
    McNeese State (1-AA Playoffs)...Followed with 26 of 35 attempts for 236 yards & a pair of touchdowns.
    Montana (1-AA Championship Game)...Finished the year by hitting on 23 of 40 passes for 242 yards.

    High School...All-District & All-Region selection as a senior at the Webb (Knoxville, Tenn.) School...Lettered four times in football & three times in baseball...Threw for 3331 yards & 25 touchdowns in his final year.

    Academic Awards...Recipient of the Anson Mount Award (given by Playboy to the top football-playing student-athlete in the country)...First-team GTE Academic All-American...Member of the GTE Academic All-District Team...Given the Mid-American Conference Commissioner's Award (given to athletes with a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or better)...Winner of the Cam Henderson Award (Student-Athlete of the Year at Marshall University)...First-team Mid-American Conference all-Academic Team...Gatorade Scholar-Athlete of the Week for the Mid-American Conference (Sept. 13, 1998)...Winner of the Cam Henderson Award (Marshall’s top student-athlete) & first-team MAC All-Academic team...Gatorade Scholar-Athlete of the Week (Sept. 19, 1997)...MAC Commissioners Award (given to athletes with a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher).

    Personal...Son of James E. and Denise Pennington...Father played football & basketball at Bluefield State College (1967-69)...Born 6/26/76...Resides in Knoxville, Tennessee.

    1997 (with Moss): 42 TD's..12 interceptions..3817 yards..58.7 completion %
    1998 (no Moss): 28 TD's..7 interceptions..3830 yards..65.1 competion %
    1999 (no moss): 38 Td's..12 interceptions..4006 yards..67.4 completion %

    College totals (includes 1995 freshman year, no Moss. Redshirted in 1996):
    123 TD's..46 interceptions..14,098 yards..63.3 completion %
    Last edited by gcherd; 10-22-2007 at 10:20 AM.

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    No, he doe not.

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    You should have gotten a ban for this garbage thread. It's a transparent attempt to flame. And if you're in fact being serious, I've never seen a more absurd premise on a message board in my life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzzsaw View Post
    You should have gotten a ban for this garbage thread. It's a transparent attempt to flame. And if you're in fact being serious, I've never seen a more absurd premise on a message board in my life.
    Geez, take it easy. Just having some fun. People are so weird about Pennington...my god....

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    Quote Originally Posted by jets5ever View Post
    Serious question:

    When Chad Pennington goes to sleep at night and thinks about the millions he has in the bank, do you think he says a prayer of thanks that Randy Moss was such a low-life that he couldn't play at a top flight NCAA program, and instead went to Marshall?
    That's a serious question??? Are you kidding me?

    Does Chad Pennington say a prayer of thanks that Randy Moss was such a low-life???? That is a serious question???

    Here's a serious question....did you graduate high school? 100% serious. Did you graduate from high school? Are you dumb, sarcastic or both?

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