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Old 09-23-2013   #42
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Default Re: The real problem is.....

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Originally Posted by kingtexan View Post
The only numbers that mean anything are the ones on the scoreboard when the last second has run off ...
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Originally Posted by DocBar View Post
Pulling numbers out of your ass ain't exactly math. That makes you a global warmist climatologist. In other words, an idiot.

Not directed at you, kingtexan.
Seriously?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pythagorean_theorem

That's basic math. Keenum threw the ball from the center of the field on the 34.5 yard line to one yard away from the sideline and 5 yards deep in the end zone. That's a distance of 39.5 yards. The field is 53.33 yards wide. Half of that is 26.665, subtract a yard off that for how far away from the line Jean was and you get 25.665

Use the above link and do that. The ball flew 47.1 yards in the air with pinpoint accuracy. He made the same connection to Jean twice already. That's natural talent. Being able to throw that perfect that far, puts touchdowns on the board.
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