Suppose you put in a copy of NCAA Football '14 into your dusty Playstation 3. You create a team, "Lehigh", and put in the entire Lehigh roster, and make them 99s across the board.
You pick a team to play against - say, Yale - and you pick a place to play, of course, the Yale Bowl. You put it on the medium setting.
Would these stat lines seem out of place if you played that game on that system?
Sophomore QB Brad Mayes - 33 of 46 passing, 524 yards, 6 touchdowns, 0 interceptions.
Junior WR Troy Pelletier - 13 catches, 213 yards, 3 TDs.
Junior WR Gatlin Casey - 6 catches, 169 yards 2 TDs.
They look like something out of a video game - yet those are the real stats to come out of the Yale Bowl this weekend in an extraordinary, awesome, ridiculousness of an offensive performance. These numbers weren't the only great numbers to come out of this record-setting game out of the Yale Bowl, but they stick out.
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