College football Saturday is only one week away. We are taking a look at some of the best quarterback in the country. Here are the top 25 quarterbacks that every college football fan must see. There will be great football played all across the country, and we have entered an era of the most prolific offenses in the history of college football. We are counting from 1-25.
1. Johnny Manziel- Texas A&M- The Heisman Trophy winner had an incredible first season with the Texas A&M Aggies. Manziel welcomed the SEC to his brand of football and even beat eventual National Champion, Alabama on the road. "Johnny Football" threw for 26 touchdowns and had 21 rushing touchdowns. Manziel is looking to be the first repeat Heisman winner since Archie Griffin, but he has his sight set on higher team goals. Could Johnny Manziel join the 30-30 club? Right now Johnny Manziel is working through possible NCAA violations, and it only enhances popularity off of the field. Whether you like him or hate him, you're talking about him.
2. Marcus Mariota- Oregon- Marcus Mariota had 32 passing touchdowns in his first year starting. He added another 5 on the ground. The rushing numbers could triple this season if he wants to find the end zone more. Mariota averaged 7 yards per carry last season. The Ducks were 3 points away from an undefeated season. Oregon has a new head coach, but the main thing is for Mariota run the offense as smooth as his freshman year.
3. Braxton Miller- Ohio State- Braxton Miller lead the Buckeyes to an undefeated regular season in 2012. He should be in the Top 3 of the Heisman voting from the beginning of the year. His dual threat ability is game changing. Miller finished with 15 passing touchdowns and 13 rushing touchdowns. He also threw 6 interceptions. Will Miller lead the Buckeyes to a National Title in 2013? Braxton Miller will be shorthanded to start the season with suspensions. He may take on a bigger role at the beginning of the season.
4. Aaron Murray- Georgia- Aaron Murray had the Georgia Bulldogs one play away from an SEC Championship title and a berth in the National Championship game. However, his deflected pass, turned interception ended the promising hopes of a title. Murray threw for 3893 yards in 2012 and 36 touchdowns. There's one reason why Aaron Murray is still playing on the collegiate level. He wants that title. Aaron Murray has been named preseason first team All-ACC over Johnny Manziel.
5. Tajh Boyd- Clemson- Tajh Boyd lead Clemson to an 11-2 record and a victory over LSU in the Chick-Fil-A Bowl game. Boyd finished with 3896 passing yards and is on pace to crack 10,000 career passing yards this season. He added 10 rushing touchdowns during the season. Tajh Boyd also completed 67 percent of his passes. He is a strong early season Heisman candidate. Tajh Boyd has an opening game against Georgia and a very big showdown with Aaron Murray.
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