Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Top 5 Quarterbacks in to Week 8: College Football Power Rankings

As we do every week this season we have updated the quarterback rankings after yet another exciting weekend of college football.Below is the list of top 5 quarterbacks, check out for more college football lines

1. Andrew Luck, Stanford
Stanford was out this week, but we have not forgotten how luck played against USC a few weeks ago at Stanford 37-35 victory. Luck was 20-24 for 285 yards and touchdown in the win and having no opponent to play in Week 7 is not going to pay him the top spot.

2. Ryan Mallett, Arkansas
Who knows how the game Auburn-Arkansas would have gone if Mallett was not been knocked out from the game with a concussion in the second quarter. Before leaving the game, Mallett was 10 of 15 for 96 yards and a touchdown. Without him, the Razorbacks have not been able to follow high-powered offense with Auburn.

3. Landry Jones, Oklahoma
Jones to perform as a surgeon in Oklahoma 52-0 shutout against Iowa State, and showed once again that he belongs in the discussion as the nation's top passer. He was 30 of 34 for 334 yards and three touchdowns, absolutely the most efficient of any quarter of the nation on Saturday. Now let's see what again against Missouri.

4. Cameron Newton, Auburn
Fans were not satisfied with where we placed Cameron Newton in the power rankings this season, as he scored 25 touchdowns this year and Auburn is undefeated. He played well again in the Tigers 65-43 victory over Arkansas, with over 300 total yards and four scores. But there is always the belief that he is a product of the system.

5. Kellen Moore, Boise State
Moore has been great this season, finished more than 60 percent of his passes and throwing at least two touchdowns in every game this season. He did not need for much in Boise State to 48-0 victory over San Jose State, but he was unstoppable when he was there. Moore was 14 of 16 for 231 yards and two touchdowns.

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