April 24, 2007
Spring Review: QB
After leading the nation in passing efficiency as a redshirt freshman in the 2005 season, when he completed 68.4% of his passes, was the only quarterback in the country to have an interception percentage of less than 1%, and went 156-of-228 for 2,273 yards and 17 touchdowns against just two interceptions, Rudy Carpenter hit what some might describe as a sophomore slump last season.
It certainly wasn't all a product of his own flaws or faults, as Carpenter lost three of his top targets from the previous season, played with two injured hands, and essentially had an utterly inexperienced and ineffective wide receiver group to work with.
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