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Monday, May 27, 2019

CSO's top 64 FBS college quarterbacks of the 2000's





By: Geno Green
Twitter: @TheGenoGreen


With the dead zone of the sports season almost in full swing, what better time than now to go back in the time machine to put together a bracket of the best FBS college quarterbacks of the 2000’s. Myself, Sean Baligian of Fox 2 Detroit and State Champs, along with Jeremy Rosenberg complied the list of 64 quarterbacks.

Here is the official bracket where you can vote on daily starting May 27 at 11 p.m. CT on @TheGenoGreen’s Twitter profile. The champion will be crowned on July 29.









Overall seeds 1-64 by region:



Pete Carroll region:


1 Matt Leinart (USC) (1)
2 Drew Brees (Purdue) (6)
3 Colin Kaepernick (Nevada) (10)
4 Troy Smith (Ohio State) (14)
5 Matt Ryan (Boston College) (19)
6 Mark Sanchez (USC) (21)
7 Eli Manning (Ole Miss) (25)
8 Kyle Orton (Purdue) (31)
9 Chris Leak (Florida) (34)
10 Woody Dantzler (Clemson) (37)
11 Chase Daniel (Missouri) (43)
12 Byron Leftwich (Marshall) (46)
13 Nate Davis (Ball State) (50)
14 Dennis Dixon (Oregon) (55)
15 Dan LeFevour (Central Michigan) (58)
16 Omar Jacobs (Bowling Green) (64)



Bob Stoops region:


1 Vince Young (Texas) (2)
2 Ken Dorsey (Miami, FL) (5)
3 Jason White (Oklahoma) (12)
4 Pat White (West Virginia) (15)
5 Josh Heupel (Oklahoma) (20)
6 Craig Krenzel (Ohio State) (14)
7 Joey Harrington (Oregon) (26)
8 Graham Harrell (Texas Tech (32)
9 Jason Gesser (Washington State) (35)
10 Colt Brennan (Hawaii) (38)
11 Kevin Kolb (Houston) (42)
12 BJ Symons (Texas Tech) (48)
13 Brad Smith (Missouri) (49)
14 Blaine Gabbert (Missouri) (56)
15 Chad Henne (Michigan) (57)
16 Kyle Boller (California) (63)



Jim Tressel region:


1 Carson Palmer (USC) (3)
2 Eric Crouch (Nebraska) (8)
3 Chris Weinke (Florida State) (11)
4 Michael Vick (Virginia Tech) (16)
5 Philip Rivers (NC State) (18)
6 Greg McElroy (Alabama) (24)
7 Aaron Rodgers (California) (27)
8 Case Keenum (Houston) (30)
9 Jason Campbell (Auburn) (36)
10 Matthew Stafford (Georgia) (40)
11 Terrelle Pryor (Ohio State) (44)
12 Brian Brohm (Louisville) (45)
13 Kliff Kingsbury (Texas Tech) (51)
14 Kellen Moore (Boise State) (53)
15 Jake Locker (Washington) (60)
16 Erik Ainge (Tennessee) (62)



Urban Meyer region:


1 Tim Tebow (Florida) (4)
2 Colt McCoy (Texas) (7)
3 Brady Quinn (Notre Dame) (9)
4 Sam Bradford (Oklahoma) (13)
5 Alex Smith (Utah) (17)
6 David Greene (Georgia) (23)
7 Rex Grossman (Florida) (28)
8 Ben Roethlisberger (Miami, OH) (29)
9 Andy Dalton (TCU) (33)
10 JaMarcus Russell (LSU) (39)
11 Michael Robinson (Penn State) (41)
12 Antwaan Randle El (Indiana) (47)
13 David Carr (Fresno State) (52)
14 Brad Banks (Iowa) (54)
15 Jay Cutler (Vanderbilt) (59)
16 Todd Reesing (Kansas) (61)

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