Joe Bachie - In Case You Aren't Convinced He's A Beast

Joe Bachie - In Case You Aren't Convinced He's A Beast

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Joe Bachie - In Case You Aren't Convinced He's A Beast

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I came across this tweet from something called @PFF_College.

I have no idea what @PFF_College is.

Is @PFF_College some sort of medical service?

Maybe @PFF_College is a program that assists students in their efforts to schedule their classes?

Perhaps @PFF_College is a financial services organization that caters to the financial needs of college students?

It’s possible that @PFF_College has something to do with college sports – the tweet suggests that @PFF_College has a good grasp of statistical information and is strong in its ability to assess the statistical information and relay their findings to the people who see @PFF_College as a viable and credible source for statistical information.

In this specific tweet, @PFF_College has touted Joe Bachie’s “Run-Stop Percentage.”

According to @PFF_College, Joe Bachie (who, by the way, really should always be referred to by his full name – Joe Bachie) has the 3rd highest Run-Stop Percentage among returning linebackers in the Big Ten.

@PFF_College makes it clear that in order to qualify for a ranking within the category of Run-Stop Percentage, a player must have played a minimum of 130 snaps.

@PFF_College also spells out that a “stop” constitutes a “win” for the defense.

Maybe it’s just because I’m an old man – but – I really do not have a clear understanding of what this communique from @PFF-College is supposed to say, exactly.

I think I’ll tweet out this later today:

LJ SCOTT HAS A 37.6% SUCCESS RATE WHEN MICHIGAN STATE FACES A FUME/HOCKS DEFENSIVE FORMATION WHEN PLAYING ON THE ROAD.

LJ’S 37.6% SUCCESS RATE IS GOOD FOR 2ND BEST BIG TEN AMONG RUNNING BACKS THAT ARE EITHER A JUNIOR OR A SENIOR.

That unofficial tweet of mine might contain too many characters – I’m not sure how many are in that tweet because I didn’t count them all yet but I will before I tweet it and, if I need to eliminate some of the characters, I’ll edit carefully and appropriately so as to not alter the message.

I also think it’s important for me to share that I have discovered that when one uses capital letters in tweets – perhaps even using them in grammatical situations where a capital letter isn’t necessary or appropriate – people find the tweet to be very, very important and smart.

Having said all of this, I like what @PFF_College is doing here with this tweet because it really points to something that is important:

Joe Bachie is an absolute beast and he’s going to dominate and destroy everything in his path all season long this Fall.

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