College Football Passing Leaders After Week 10

With the season three-fourths of the way complete, its time to take a look at some of this season’s titans of the game, offensively speaking. 

We start with the air attack. Quarterbacks Bailey Zappe and Brennan Armstrong are the lone arms with over 3,500 passing yards to this point in 2021. Armstrong has led Virginia to a 6-3 record off his 3,557-yards passing. This has come on 261 of 406 passing, along with 27 touchdowns and only eight interceptions. He ranks second in the country in passing yards. 

Number one goes to Zappe of Western Kentucky, who sit 5-4 on the season. The Senior QB has 37 touchdown passes and just six interceptions on 3,688-yards through the air. These came on 308 of 441 completions. 

Here’s how the top five passing leaders round out after week ten. 

 

Passing Yards

1.) Bailey Zappe (Western Kentucky) – 3,688

2.) Brennan Armstrong (Virginia) – 3,557

3.) Will Rogers (Mississippi State) – 3,307

4.) Carson Strong (Nevada) – 3,197

5.) Kenny Pickett (PITT) – 3,171

 

Passing Touchdowns

1.) Bailey Zappe (Western Kentucky) – 37

2.) Tanner Mordecai (SMU) – 34

3.) Kenny Pickett (PITT) – 29

4.) Bryce Young (Alabama) – 28

5T.) Sam Hartman (Wake Forest) – 27

5T.) Brennan Armstrong (Virginia) – 27

 

Passing Completion Percentage

1.) Will Rogers (Mississippi State) – 75.2% 

2.) Spencer Rattler (Oklahoma) – 75%

3.) Carson McCall (Coastal Carolina) – 73.4%

4.) Brock Purdy (Iowa State) – 72.9%

5.) Aidan O’Connell (Purdue) – 71.6%

 

Written by Adrian Beecher

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