Found September 16, 2013 on TornBySports:
What would Utah State do without Chuckie Keeton? It is pretty obvious to me; they would lose, and lose big time. Now I know we may only be 3 weeks in, but what Keeton has done in that short time is just amazing. Particularly, for a quarterback coming out of Utah State. Chuckie Keeton has thrown for 923 yards, (10th in the country). His completion percentage is 78.1 (third in the country) and has thrown for 12 touchdowns. This is the most in the country along with Sean Mannion out of Oregon State University. His quarterback rating is (10th in the country) at 187.7, and he has only thrown one interception. Through the air, Chuckie Keeton is truly second to none (as of now anyway). We will see what Keeton is capable of when he goes against USC next week giving up 10 points a game (8th in the nation). Along with his phenomenal play through the air, Keeton can really take off and run. As of now he has 187 yards on the ground through 28 carries with one rushing touchdown, but do not let t...
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