New Formation Setting Offenses Afire

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The trigger man for the highest-scoring college offense this side of Oregon can't be found anywhere in this week's NCAA passing statistics.

Stephen Warner is built like a cinder block at 6 feet and nearly 300 pounds, and not one day in his life has he been confused for a Manning.

Warner will never be a Davey O'Brien or Johnny Unitas award candidate. His throwing motion...

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