Big Ten Football 2014: Quarterback power rankings

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If quarterback play is your thing, then Big Ten football may be the conference you want to watch carefully this season, as they have some high-powered offenses utilizing both spread and pro-style sets, and veteran QBs who know how to run them.

One thing is for sure, when some of these B1G schools face-off this season, there will be a lot of passing yardage totals being logged in the books.

Many of the quarterback battles were settled before spring practices even began, while others saw some unknown and unlikely candidates take a step up.

Schools like Purdue, Illinois and Indiana still have lot of work to do before they even decide on who will start under center, while the usual suspects at the top of the conference, such as the Buckeyes and Spartans, are absolutely set.

It’s time to break down where the quarterbacks fall in the post-spring world of the Big Ten. These rankings will be based on who the likely starter will be or who has been already listed first on any official depth charts the schools have released.

As always your ideas and complaints about these rankings (even the ones that make me curl up into a fetal ball beside my futon) are welcome in the comment section below.

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  • Joshua Giovannone

    Cook and Miller are a class ahead of the rest in my opinion.