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Quantifying QB play

As bad as Tennessee's quarterback play was in 2008, it could've been worse. In fact, it HAS been worse. Those of us with gray hair and long memories can attest to it.

There's no doubt that Jonathan Crompton, Nick Stephens and B. J. Coleman performed poorly last fall. They combined to complete just 49.5 percent of their passes for a mere 1,750 yards with more interceptions (9) than touchdowns (8). Crompton, who started the first four games and the last two, completed just 51.5 percent of his passes for 889 yards with 4 TDs and 5 interceptions. Stephens, who... Recommended Stories

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