What a difference a year makes in the life of Matt Leinart. He's considered a shoe in for the No:1 pick in the 2005 draft yet he opts to stay at USC to try & win another championship.USC are favourites to win again in 2006 & he figures to once again be the No:1 QB available in the following years draft.The world is Leinart's oyster. In his own words: "I realized the opportunity right now to support my family by going to the NFL early, but to me I think college football and this whole atmosphere here and being with my friends and my teammates ... is ultimately more satisfying and will make me happier than any amount of money could make someone happy," "I don't think it was too difficult a decision -- to make millions of dollars or be one of the best college football players of all-time," All-American defensive tackle Shaun Cody said. "You can't go wrong either way." http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/news/story?id=1964834 Barring injury what could go wrong? Enter Vince Young. Looking at Vince Young's 03' & 04' stats who'd have thought he would make the leap in perfomance in 06' that would steal some of Leinart's limelight & culminate in his overshadowing Leinart in the Rose Bowl. Year Passing Rushing Comp Att Yards TDs Int Att Yds Avg TD 2003 84 143 1,155 6 7 135 998 7.4 11 2004 148 250 1,849 12 11 167 1,079 6.5 14 2005 212 365 3,036 26 10 155 1,050 6.8 12 Along the way he took away Leinart's USC championship dream, his draft status as the N0:1 QB & cost him millions off his first NFL contract. http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=2540041 With Leinart missing his 5th day of training camp & with no contract deal in sight, Vince Young is in camp with a huge contract signed & sealed. Best not to mention the 'VY' mega Reebock endorsement deal also in place. We ought to be able to see Young's ego from space & yet there he is, unselfishlly giving his own time in unscheduled autograph signing sessions.Notably unwilling to leave until he's signed for everyone. Everybody loves Vince, his teamates,the fans and even the press. Something tells me that Leinart doesn't.