30 best college quarterbacks of all-time

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In 2014, he was the quintessential dual threat. He threw for 4,454 yards and 42 touchdowns, and ran for another 15 touchdowns for a total of 57 touchdowns scored on the year. Even more stunning, he only threw four interceptions all season, the final one being thrown with 27 seconds left in the final game of the year in the National Championship Game against Ohio State.

Over the course of his three-year career, spanning from 2012 to 2014, he threw for 10,796 yards and 105 touchdowns. He completed 66.8 percent of his 1,167 passes and threw only 14 interceptions, and never threw more than six in a season. He also ran for 31 touchdowns in his career, for a total of 136 all-purpose touchdowns.

Mariota was selected second overall by the Tennessee Titans in the 2015 NFL draft.

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Marcus Mariota

Quarterback, Oregon

Marcus Mariota was a spectacular talent at quarterback with the Oregon Ducks. He won the 2014 Heisman Trophy by one of the biggest margins in the past 50 years, winning 90.9 percent of the possible voting points. He also won the Maxwell Award, the Unitas Golden Arm Award and the Davey O’Brien Award, and was a consensus All-American that season.

In 2014, he was the quintessential dual threat. He threw for 4,454 yards and 42 touchdowns, and ran for another 15 touchdowns for a total of 57 touchdowns scored on the year. Even more stunning, he only threw four interceptions all season, the final one being thrown with 27 seconds left in the final game of the year in the National Championship Game against Ohio State.

Over the course of his three-year career, spanning from 2012 to 2014, he threw for 10,796 yards and 105 touchdowns. He completed 66.8 percent of his 1,167 passes and threw only 14 interceptions, and never threw more than six in a season. He also ran for 31 touchdowns in his career, for a total of 136 all-purpose touchdowns.

Mariota was selected second overall by the Tennessee Titans in the 2015 NFL draft.

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