Tuesday, October 19, 2010

FBS MVP Candidates-QB Edition 4

Here is the FBS watch list for the QB portion of the Bilo Football All-American/MVP award.

Bryant Moniz, Hawaii
Moniz leads the nation with 361 yards and also has passed for 21 TDs. He has passed for 2532 yards on the season, and Hawaii is pushing themselves farther than what people expected of them.

Brandon Weeden, Oklahoma State
Weeden has had an insane season, and Oklahoma State is pushing forward to win the Big 12 South. Only Oklahoma realistically stands in the way. Weeden has passed for 1966 yards and averages 327 yards per game.

Taylor Potts, Texas Tech
Tech has gotten better recently after a rough patch. Potts has been succesful through it all and has passed for 18 TDs on the season while averaging 312 yards per game.

Ben Chappell, Indiana
The Hoosiers may be sinking as a team, but Chappell has not played badly at all. He has a 16/3 ratio, and he is averaging 309 yards per game. He is a true star on an otherwise average football team.

Landry Jones, Oklahoma
Jones has been a quiet force for the Sooners as they have moved to #1 on the BCS list, but they only rank 10th on the PRS. Many games have been tight this season, and it has been Jones, or RB DeMarco Murray who have bailed them out. Jones is just another in a fantastic line of Sooner QBs under Bob Stoops.

Honorable Mention
Kellen Moore, Boise State
Cameron Newton, Auburn
Ricky Stanzi, Iowa
Dan Persa, Northwestern
Matt Barkley, USC

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