Ranking Big Ten starting QBs through Week 11 by PFF grade

The college football season has flown by, there are just two weeks left in the regular season.

By now, we have a really good idea of who’s good and who’s not so good. Ohio State and Michigan appear to be the class of the Big Ten. Both teams are undefeated and both are likely to be undefeated in two weeks when the two teams will clash in Columbus for ‘The Game’.

In the Big Ten West, there is a four-team tie for first place. Illinois, Purdue, Iowa, and Minnesota all are sitting at 4-3 on the year and it’s going to come down to the wire to see who heads to Indianapolis for the title game.

While teams like Michigan and Illinois have had really good seasons running the ball, college football is still a passing game. So we are going to show you where all 14 Big Ten starting quarterbacks stack up to one another.

Here is how Pro Football Focus ranks all 14 Big Ten starting quarterbacks.

Gavin Wimsatt (Rutgers) 52.6

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Connor Bazelak (Indiana) 53.4

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Spencer Petras (Iowa) 60.5

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Brendan Sullivan (Northwestern) 60.6

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Aidan O'Connell (Purdue) 68.0

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Payton Thorne (Michigan State) 71.1

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Sean Clifford (Penn State) 72.7

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Graham Mertz (Wisconsin) 74.4

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J.J. McCarthy (Michigan) 78.5

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Casey Thompson (Nebraska) 78.8

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Taulia Tagovailoa (Maryland) 80.7

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Tommy DeVito (Illinois) 82.0

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C.J. Stroud (Ohio State) 83.9

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Tanner Morgan (Minnesota) 88.4

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Story originally appeared on Wolverines Wire