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DannyMilk
07-10-2010, 03:12 AM
Based on 2009 passing yards...Just because...curious I suppose...I'll do a list of the most conferences represented, then I will make a list of 32 with the QB and conference they come from, although a couple are tricky based on switching conferences, so I was a little lenient...hope everyone enjoys...NINJAS AWWWAAAAYYYYYYYY


SEC - 6
Big East - 4
Big 10 - 4
Pac-10 - 4
ACC - 2
Big 12 - 2
C-USA - 2
OVC - 1
Independent - 1
CAA - 1
MVC - 1
Ivy League - 1
Sun Belt - 1
MWC - 1
MAC - 1







Schaub - ACC
P. Manning - SEC
Romo - OVC
Rodgers - Pac-10
Brady - Big 10
Brees - Big 10
Roethlisberger - MAC
Rivers - ACC
Favre - C-USA (IND when he was there)
E. Manning - SEC
Orton - Big 10
Warner - MVC
Cutler - SEC
Campbell - SEC
Flacco - Colonial
Garrard - C-USA
McNabb - Big East
Palmer - Pac-10
Hasselbeck - Big East
Cassel - Pac-10
Ryan - Big East
Henne - Big 10
Sanchez - Pac-10
Smith - MWC
Stafford - SEC
Delhomme - Sun Belt
Young - Big 12
Freeman - Big 12
Bulger - Big East
Fitzpatrick - Ivy League
Quinn - Independent
Russell - SEC

IndyColtsFan
07-12-2010, 01:08 AM
Pretty amazing that 25 percent of the league did not start at a big time conference program- also shocked to see 2 schools (Purdue and Michigan) represent all the Big 10 QBs- thought that was interesting

BayouBoys
07-12-2010, 01:33 AM
Funny how people say the SEC is all about defense but the QBs who can play NFL ball seem to be from there. Including one named Manning.

And that 25 percent comment is true. I really did not know that. Pretty interesting.

giantsfan97
07-12-2010, 11:22 AM
Funny how people say the SEC is all about defense but the QBs who can play NFL ball seem to be from there. Including one named Manning. Hey, Peyton played in the SEC too ;)

Kosar19
07-12-2010, 11:25 AM
I'm actually suprised at the number of Big Ten guys...Even up here we don't really consider it a QB conference.