Patrick Johnston of fellow Bloguin site In The Bleachers has developed a unique statistic to evaluate quarterbacks’ performance, the Positive Impact Factor (PIF). Patrick stops by to chat with Homerism about what goes into this measure and how college football quarterbacks stack up based on their PIF ratings.
- why PIF is superior to traditional QB stats such as passer rating;
- the top performers in 2010 (one guess who’s No. 1); and
- Oklahoma Sooners QB Landry Jones’ uncommon progression between 2009 and 2010.
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