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Request for Information on Dan Orlovsky
Hello everyone,

I was wondering if some Conneticut Huskies fans could do me a favor and give me some information about former QB Dan Orlovsky. I'm working on an article for a Detroit Lions fansite about the potential for Dan to develop into a good NFL Quarterback.

Specifically, I'm curious about what kind of offense the Huskies ran while Dan was under center. Was it a spread offense? Shotgun? Pro-style? Was it a gimmicky offense that inflated his numbers? All that I know is that it didn't include a lot of 5 and 7 step drops. Thanks in advance
05-24-2006 02:28 PM
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Here are his #'s for the past few years:

2002 221-366, 2,488 yards, 19 touchdowns and 11 int's

2003 279-475 3,485 yards, 33 touchdowns 14 INT's

2004 288-457 3354 yards 23 TD's and 14 INT's.

Throughout those 3 years, he got sacked 46 times.

UConn ran a down the field offense thatwent for yards.
05-26-2006 02:37 PM
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