And yes, the offenses have a big impact on the poor defenses since offenses are so spread out that they can dictate the coverages and tie the hands of a D coordinator into playing simple Cover 2 man under schemes that don't bring any pressure or give QBs different looks.
I was just showing you how much better the SEC is than the Big XII. When you consider Bradford had, by far, the worst game of his career against an SEC defense, which was the only legit defense he faced all year long, it should be something to consider. You don't have to if you don't want to.
Just consider how much better the SEC is compared to the Big XII. Then consider just how much better the Detroit Lions defense is than the best defenses the college game has to offer.
Bradford is going to see defensive packages he's never seen before because his system creates so many easy match ups. He's not going to have those easy reads with one-on-one match ups all game long. He is underdeveloped. It's not his fault. It's the system. It kills the growth of a QB.