Dalton, Andy 10 132.4 160- 272-4 58.8 2045 11 65 204.5
RUSHING GP Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G
Dalton, Andy 10 97 486 128 358 3.7 8 19 35.8
Despite only playing in 10 of TCUs 12 games, and coming off an injury for the latter half of the season, Andy Dalton managed to put together a very impressive season, especially for only a second year starter. The numbers aren’t going to wow anyone, he only had 5 games where he passed for more than 200 yards, but sometimes quality is more important than quantity and you can’t really argue with an 8-2 record as a starter. As we’re all very well aware, this was an historic season for TCU offensively as we set records in points scored and touchdowns, and without Dalton’s talent and leadership I think we can fairly say that we wouldn’t have gotten close to the final stats. I think a lot of what Dalton did this season was overshadowed by the menacing presence of the defense and since he missed a couple of games and then didn’t hit his stride until the BYU game, you really only had five games of true QB stats. Although Dalton didn’t receive any attention in the way of position awards, we know what he did and what he’s capable of doing and Boise is going to have a much tougher time playing him than they probably think they do.
Kellen Moore 12 161.53 259-370-9 70.0 3264 25 80 272.0
The Call – Moore.