How you know it’s not the Year of the Quarterback.

SEC’s fourteen SIDs vote Maty Mauk and Nick Marshall as the two best passers in the conference.

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8 responses to “How you know it’s not the Year of the Quarterback.

  1. Ginny

    Nice to see Ramik getting some love.

  2. Mayor

    A Georgia player got picked either first or second 7 times, the most of any team.

  3. Russ

    The few times I watched Missouri I always had the impression that Mauk was better than Franklin. In fact, the only reason their bowl game was close is that Pinkel kept putting Franklin back into the game.

    Marshall, on the other hand, is a great scat-back.

  4. AthensHomerDawg

    Best Passer: Matty Maulk? I don’t get it. He played in 13 games and barely threw for a thousand yards. Similar to what Mason threw for in less than 3 games.
    G Att Comp Pct. Yards Yards/Att TD Int Rating Att/G Yards/G
    13 133 68 51.1 1071 8.1 11 2 143.06 10.2 82.4

    Hudson Mason:
    G Att Comp Pct. Yards Yards/Att TD Int Rating Att/G Yards/G
    5 110 67 60.9 968 8.8 5 3 144.38 22.0 193.6

    • Mayor

      Not disagreeing with you AHD but Mauk, while he may have made 13 game appearances (mop-up I suppose), had about the same number of pass attempts as Mason and pretty much the same number of yards.

  5. reipar

    Marshall as a passer? I must not understand the criteria for being a passer.