What a career; 1,128 completions (a 62.6% completion percentage) for 13,798 yards and 128 touchdowns (compared to only 44 interceptions), 814 yards rushing and 13 more touchdowns. Add to that the fact that the guy's a winner, leading the Herd to a 12-1 season where the only loss was by one point (to Western Kentucky) in overtime. I'm not entirely certain that he has the size or the arm for the NFL but I wouldn't bet against him and there's always the CFL (where smaller guys like Doug Flutie quickly became legends). In the mean time, you will get to see him again when Marshall takes on a good Northern Illinois team (11-2 and MAC champs) in the inaugural Boca Raton Bowl down in Florida. Should be a good one, folks.