The Unitas Golden Arm Award finalists have been announced, with the list of candidates being cut down from ten to five. The final list doesn’t include some of the most spectacular and enjoyable signal-callers in the nation to watch, but it does include the always reliable AJ McCarron and Georgia’s Aaron Murray.
Here is a list of the five finalists for the award, via the Unitas Award announcement:
–Tajh Boyd: Coming off a 55-31 win against Georgia Tech, Boyd has completed 212 of 318 passes for 2,960 yards (66.7% completion rate) and 32 touchdowns this season.
–Derek Carr: With two games remaining this season, Carr has thrown for 3,421 yards and 34 TDs, completing 69.5% of his passes for the 9-0 Bulldogs.
–Jordan Lynch: Lynch has led the Huskies to a 10-0 record this season, completing 65.5% of his passes while throwing for 35 TDs and 2,216 yards.
–AJ McCarron: After a 20-7 win over Mississippi State last week, McCarron has completed 177 of 261 passes for 2,228 yards (67.8%) and 21 TDs this season.
–Aaron Murray: While the Bulldogs are only 6-4 this season, Murray has thrown for 2,892 yards and 29 TDs, completing 207 of 324 pass attempts (63.9%).
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