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Who is the best quarterback?
Ranking 1-130 FBS QB’s [Pro Football Focus]
Usually, PFF is a great resource using their analytics but this list of ranking all of the FBS starting quarterbacks seems a touch out of whack. The methodology is not entirely clear but it seems to lean toward actual playing time which is why some players are higher than others.
– 125 Tevaka Touioti, New Mexico
– 113 Jorge Reyna, Fresno State
– 111 Hank Bachmeier, Boise State
– 109 Malik Henry, Nevada
– 105 Armani Rogers, UNLV
– 89 Donald Hammond/Isaiah Sanders, Air Force
– 74 Collin Hill, Colorado State
– 62 Josh Love, San Jose State
– 61 Ryan Agnew, San Diego State
– 53 Sean Chambers, Wyoming
– 32 Cole McDonald, Hawaii
– 20 Jordan Love, Utah State
Savon Scarver is an All-American, again [CBS Sports]
The Utah State wide receiver and kick returner is poised to have a big year for 2019 and the hope is that his recieving will live up to his return game. CBS is confident in his returning skills and place him on its first-team preseaason All-American list.
Former Nevada starter off to Hungary [Nevada Sports Net]
What did Jordan Love learn at the Manning Passing Academy? [Deseret News]
It is a pretty big honor to go to the Manning camp as it is reserved for the top quarterbacks in the country. He was a counselor at this camp and was able to learn from Peyton, Eli, and Archie Manning.
“The main part I always need to improve on is knowledge of the game,” Love said. “Knowledge of defenses, and what teams are doing. That comes from watching film, watching tape from last year to see what defenses did. To see how I can improve on every play. I’ve tried to focus on taking away negative plays, like interceptions, bad passes and bad reads, but that just comes from watching film.”
CFB 150 All-time All-American team [CBS Sports]
College football is entering its 150th year of play and so why not make an All-American list of all of those players, a tough task intead. There were a trio of players teams who are in the Mountain West today that earned honorable mention nods in New Mexico’s Brian Urlacher, Utah State defender Merlin Olsen and San Diego State RB Marshall Faulk.
Former CSU Ram Preston Williams making waves
AT&T Sports announces regional Mountain West games [FB Schedules]
There will be nine games shown this fall with basically one a week with seven being conference games.