That's how I know you once again have no clue what you're talking about. One of life's amusing ironies, the most clueless folks tend to want to prove it the most often and the most vociferously... it's cool with me, though, whenever I need a good chuckle I just log on and look for your posts. They never fail to elicit a laugh, a shake of the head, and a "bless his heart".
Matthews only had 5 TD's in the entire regular season, so he wasn't exactly lighting up the scoreboard. Like I said, he was a great WR, and had great yardage numbers; but he didn't decide games all by himself... VU's sudden defensive makeover made them competitive in most of their games.
I guarantee you they wouldn't have gone 9-4 last year with their typical last place defense. That you still haven't figured out that defense runs this conference is not surprising, though; the team you support doesn't seem to have figured that out, either.
Matthews was their O. You need O to win games. The blind luck aspect of vandy was other teams mailing it in for the UF game and feeling sorry for themselves in the UGA game and an activist replay booth ref in the UT game. And maybe you should to learn the difference between watching a game and reading a boxscore. The last 2 seasons has seen vandy become the fighting Jordan Matthews. He was the heart and soul of this team. The only player teams had to scheme a4ound and account for, the guy with the big catch to set up for the score. And if must just use stats / box scores he was roughly half the production yardage wise of the starters, and teams overplaying him opened up everything else that they were able to do.
The combination of Matthews and blind luck not anything special with any other aspect of what vandy brought to the table are responsible for what vandy did the last two years. To argue that is to display a lack of what college football is.