Four Big 12 players rank among top nine in TD responsibility
Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Griffin
A long time ago when I was growing up, I always waited for the Street & Smith baseball yearbook to turn up at the magazine section of my neighborhood drug store.
Back in those pre-internet days, this book was the personal bible for all things about major league baseball for me and my friends.
The book had two must-have items that I waited for every year. One were the neat diagrams of major league parks with the longest home runs in history mapped out.
And the other item I couldn't wait to see were the career lists among baseball players -- both active and retired.
We couldn't find that information at the drop of a keystroke. I think that's what helped developed my interest in numbers and sports.
And it also gave me an extreme appreciation for similar career lists, like the one that the NCAA compiles for active football players.
After the defections of several players, four of the top nine current career players in terms of touchdowns responsibility are among Big 12 quarterbacks who will be back for the 2009 season. No other conference has more than two players among the list of top 10 players on the list.
As you can see, Texas' Colt McCoy ranks third in career touchdowns responsibility with 102, followed by Oklahoma's Sam Bradford in fourth place. Kansas' Todd Reesing is in sixth place and Oklahoma State's Zac Robinson ranks in ninth place.
Here's a look at the current statistics.