The fans' top 5 college quarterbacks of all time
1. Vince Young
Vince Young's performance in the 2006 Rose Bowl alone could be enough to make this list. Young accounted for 467 yards of total offense (200 rushing, 267 passing) and three rushing touchdowns (including a 9 yard TD scramble with 19 seconds left) to lead the Longhorns to a thrilling 41-38 victory over USC to win the national title. Young was 30-2 in three years as a starter and finished with 6,040 passing yards, 3,127 rushing yards and 81 total TDs.
2. Tommie Frazier
Tommie Frazier is the only player ever to be named MVP of three national championship games. Even though the Huskers lost in 1993, he still won the award and then led the Huskers to the title the following two seasons. In 1995, he paced the Huskers to an NCAA record 7.0 yards per carry with Lawrence Phillips and Ahman Green. Frazier was never drafted in the NFL, though, due to a serious blood clot in his left leg.
3. Tim Tebow
Tim Tebow isn't even finished up at Florida, but his resume already speaks for itself. Tebow helped the Gators win the national championship in his freshman season as a backup to Chris Leak. Even as a backup he threw for 5 TDs and ran for another 8. In a monster sophomore season he notched a jaw dropping 55 TDs and won the Heisman Trophy. Last year he toned down the rushing TDs, but still managed 42 combined TDs and won a second national title.
4. Steve Spurrier
Spurrier finished his three-year, 31-game career as Florida's starting quarterback having completed 392 of 692 attempts, with 4,848 passing yards, 37 touchdowns and 442 yards rushing. In addition to winning the Heisman in 1966, he was selected as a first-team All-American in 1965 and 1966. Spurrier also gained notoriety by waving off the kicker and booting a 40-yard field goal to defeat Auburn 30-27 in a key game during his senior season.
5. Roger Staubach
In his three seasons at Navy, Roger Staubach completed 292 of 463 passes, with only 19 interceptions, and gained a school record 4,253 yards of total offense. Staubach is the last player from a military academy to win the Heisman Trophy, winning the award in 1963. That same year he led Navy past Notre Dame. It was the last time Navy beat the Irish until 2007.