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No one can argue with Tanney's college production. His 157 career touchdown passes are the most ever by an NCAA quarterback, regardless of division, and his 14,249 career passing yards are the most in NCAA Division III history.

Trick throws may have put Tanney on the map outside of small-school football circles, but replicating his on-field success at Monmouth will be the determining factor in whether or not he has the ability to make a name for himself in the pro game.

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Welcome to SportsNation! On Wednesday, we'll have Kansas City Chiefs, and former Texas, running back Jamaal Charles stopping by to chat about the upcoming NFL season, as well as his role with EA Sports' NCAA Football 13, released Tuesday, and the game's rivalries.

Chat With Jamaal Charles from ESPN

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Cassel did receive "polite applause" when he was at the plate.

Still, seems a bit surprising given the support Chiefs fans generally afford their players combined with Cassel's reputation as a good guy and a fairly effective quarterback when healthy.

Matt Cassel Booed Prior To Celebrity Softball Game In K.C. from USA Today

David Jaynes, Bonner Springs: A first-team All-Big Eight and All-America selection for Kansas in 1973. ... When he left Kansas, he was the Jayhawks' all-time leader in passing yards (5,132) and TD passes (35). ... Engineered a second-place finish for KU in 1973 that earned a Liberty Bowl berth. ... Selected in third round of the NFL draft by the Kansas City Chiefs.

QBs Among Kansas Sports Hall Inductees from The Topeka Capital-Journal

With a little luck, two football fans can win a trip to Dublin, Ireland from Dublin, Ohio native Brady Quinn.

The Chiefs quarterback is raffling off two tickets to watch his alma mater, Notre Dame, take on Navy in their season opener on Saturday, Sept. 1.

QB Brady Quinn Raffling Off Two Tickets To Watch Notre Dame Take On Navy In Dublin, Ireland from The Mothership

3. Kansas City (3,024). Kansas City's passing attack was an embarrassment at times last season. Dwayne Bowe hasn't been affected, but spending a middle-round pick on Jonathan Baldwin or Steve Breaston might be a waste of time.

5 Best, Worst Passing Situations from SportingNews