Does Returning Experience Always Translate to Wins in College Football?

Posted by Kyle Kensing on January-28-2014 Add Comments

Experience is the best teacher—at least, according to a popular idiom. The degree to which experience translates to success on the college football field can vary between programs, but it can be an invaluable building block. 

There is certainly evidence that suggests experience is overrated. After all, the last two Heisman Trophy winners were first-year performers. The most recent, Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston, led the Seminoles to the BCS Championship despite returning just 10 2012 starters from both sides of the ball.  

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