When the light went on.

David Paschall looks at Stafford’s career to date and sees the Auburn ’06 game as a marker.

… After arriving as a heralded Texas gunslinger, he often forced throws and wound up with 12 interceptions and only four touchdowns through his first nine games.

Beginning with that ’06 win at Auburn, however, he has thrown 22 touchdowns and 11 interceptions and has led the Bulldogs to a 14-2 record.

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One response to “When the light went on.

  1. TomReagan

    He’s undefeated against ranked teams since that date, as well. In fact, he’s 8-1 versus ranked teams in his career with the sole loss coming against the eventual national champions.

    You often read that Stafford doesn’t show up for the big games. Nothing could be more wrong. Stafford’s bigger problem has been overlooking the games we should win easily, not stepping up to the plate for the big games.