Originally Posted by speedfreek
No, read my comment again.
I said Keenum was able to take an inferior team and beat a superior
team on their home turf by amazing effort.
Yates and Schaub took an equivalent team and spit the bit
and produced losses when the bright lights were on and the
game really mattered.
The ability to "will" a team to win with leadership and on-field
performance is what I was getting at, and that does not differ
at any level: pros, college, pop warner
Comparing Keenum's game against Oklahoma State to Schaub or Yates in the playoffs is weak. Regardless of BCS rankings, Oklahoma State had a terrible defense and they played in a ton of high scoring games. You're not really comparing apples to apples here.