College football total quarterback ratings through September 4 games

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The 2022 college football season kicked off Aug. 27 with Week 0.

Week 1 is taking place Sept. 1-5.

Tennessee defeated Ball State, 59-10, in Week 1 at Neyland Stadium. 14 Vols set or tied career highs in Week 1 against Ball State.

Tennessee’s 2022 regular-season schedule features home games against Ball State, Akron, Florida, Alabama, UT Martin, Kentucky and Missouri.

The Vols’ 2022 schedule features road contests at Pittsburgh in the second edition of the Johnny Majors Classic, LSU, Georgia, South Carolina and Vanderbilt.

2022 Tennessee Vols’ football schedule: Vols Wire’s downloadable schedule wallpaper

Vols Wire looks at total quarterback ratings through Sept. 4 games during Week 1. One game remains in Week 1: Clemson at Georgia Tech.

Below are ESPN’s total quarterback ratings through Sept. 4 contests. Ratings 1-35 are below and full ratings can be viewed here.

James Blackman (Arkansas State): 97.8

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Stetson Bennett (Georgia): 97.3

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Jalon Daniels (Kansas): 96.9

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Bryce Young (Alabama): 96.0

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Tanner Mordecai (SMU): 95.8

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Caleb Williams (USC): 95.2

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Anthony Richardson (Florida): 94.8

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Drake Maye (North Carolina): 93.7

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Haaziq Daniels (Air Force): 93.6

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Grayson McCall (Coastal Carolina): 91.5

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John Rhys Plumlee (UCF): 91.4

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Doug Brumfield (UNLV): 90.8

Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports

Daniel Richardson (Central Michigan): 90.5

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Blake Shapen (Baylor): 90.0

Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

Cameron Rising (Utah): 90.0

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Jayden de Laura (Arizona): 89.7

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Tanner McKee (Stanford): 89.5

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C.J. Stroud (Ohio State): 89.5

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Spencer Sanders (Oklahoma State): 88.1


Kaidon Salter (Liberty): 87.6

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Ryan Hilinski (Northwestern): 85.7

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Jordan Travis (Florida State): 85.6

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Todd Centeio (James Madison): 84.7

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Jayden Daniels (LSU): 84.3

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Michael Penix Jr. (Washington): 83.9

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Hunter Dekkers (Iowa State): 83.2

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Jaren Hall (BYU): 82.5

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Will Rogers (Mississippi State): 82.4

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Clayton Tune (Houston): 82.3

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KJ Jefferson (Arkansas): 81.7

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Riley Leonard (Duke): 81.6

William Howard-USA TODAY Sports

Hendon Hooker (Tennessee): 79.9

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Jaxson Dart (Ole Miss): 79.7

Petre Thomas-USA TODAY Sports

Chance Nolan (Oregon State): 79.4

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Kurtis Rourke (Ohio): 78.1

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