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SWC RoundUp: The Continued Growth of Mason Fine
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SWC RoundUp: The Continued Growth of Mason Fine
The Continued Growth of Mason Fine

Who, in college football, has thrown for more yards than Mason Fine the past two seasons? No one. More than Daniel Jones, Drew Lock, Ryan Finley, Will Grier, or Trace McSorley. Those five guys were all multi-year starters, all NFL draft picks, and all sit behind the rising senior quarterback from North Texas in yardage production.

Mason Fine continues to rewrite the Mean Green record book. He’ll set the Mean Green TD mark this season, probably before the end of week two, and he’ll have done with roughly 40 fewer interceptions than the current leader Steve Ramsey. Fine is the reigning and two-time CUSA offensive player of the year.

This season he’ll have a different voice in his ear with new OC Bodie Reeder taking over for the departed Graham Harrell. Harrell left the friendly confines of Denton for a lame duck head coach at USC. For Reeder, it might be educational to see where Fine’s come from to determine where he can go.

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05-27-2019 03:57 PM
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