Ten games into the 2009 season, we are faced with a perplexing question: Who exactly is Vince Young?
Is he the one-man offensive machine that led Texas to a national championship? Or is he the struggling whiner who became increasingly arrogant when his on and off the field issues were compounding?
The truth probably lies somewhere in between, but how can weáreally know?
YoungÆs dominance at the collegiate level was well documented. He was a nice passer who made defenses pay if they left a receiver open, but his true threat to opponents originated in his legs, not his arm.
Young is certainly one of the greatest running quarterbacks in the history of college football. Just go back to the way he ended his career to see that. He single-handedly torched an excellent ...
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