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College football total quarterback ratings through September 4 games

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

Week 1 is taking place Sept. 1-5.

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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.

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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 answers. Ratings 1-35 are below and full ratings can be viewed here.

1

James Blackman (Arkansas State): 97.8

(Photo by Abbie Parr/Getty Images)

two

Stetson Bennett (Georgia): 97.3

(AP Photo/Brynn Anderson)

3

Jalon Daniels (Kansas): 96.9

(Photo by Ed Zurga/Getty Images)

4

Bryce Young (Alabama): 96.0

Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

5

Tanner Mordecai (SMU): 95.8

Katie Stratman-USA TODAY Sports

6

Caleb Williams (USC): 95.2

(Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)

7

Anthony Richardson (Florida): 94.8

Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

8

Drake Maye (North Carolina): 93.7

Rob Kinnan-USA TODAY Sports

9

Haaziq Daniels (Air Force): 93.6

Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports

10

Grayson McCall (Coastal Carolina): 91.5

Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports

eleven

John Rhys Plumlee (UCF): 91.4

Mike Watters-USA TODAY Sports

12

Doug Brumfield (UNLV): 90.8

Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports

13

Daniel Richardson (Central Michigan): 90.5

Brett Rojo-USA TODAY Sports

14

Blake Shapen (Baylor): 90.0

Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

fifteen

Cameron Rising (Utah): 90.0

Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

16

Laura Jayden (Arizona): 89.7

Orlando Ramirez-USA TODAY Sports

17

Tanner McKee (Stanford): 89.5

Stan Szeto-USA TODAY Sports

18

CJ Stroud (Ohio State): 89.5

Kyle Robertson/Columbus Dispatch via Image Content Services, LLC

19

Spencer Sanders (Oklahoma State): 88.1

SARAH PHIPPS/THE OKLAHOMAN/USA TODAY NETWORK

twenty

Kaidon Salter (Liberty): 87.6

Chuck Cook-USA TODAY Sports

twenty-one

Ryan Hilinski (Northwestern): 85.7

Ron Johnson-USA TODAY Sports

22

Jordan Travis (Florida State): 85.6

Stephen Lew-USA TODAY Sports

23

Todd Centio (James Madison): 84.7

(Daniel Lin/Daily News-Record via AP)

24

Jayden Daniels (LSU): 84.3

Stephen Lew-USA TODAY Sports

25

Michael Penix Jr. (Washington): 83.9

Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports

26

Hunter Dekkers (Iowa State): 83.2

Margaret Kispert/The Register/USA TODAY NETWORK

27

Jaren Hall (BYU): 82.5

Douglas DeFelice-USA TODAY Sports

28

Will Rogers (Mississippi State): 82.4

Matt Bush-USA TODAY Sports

29

Clayton Tune (Houston): 82.3

Mickey Welsh / Advertiser / USA TODAY NETWORK

30

KJ Jefferson (Arkansas): 81.7

Matt Pendleton-USA TODAY Sports

31

Riley Leonard (Duke): 81.6

William Howard-USA TODAY Sports

32

Hendon Hooker (Tennessee): 79.9

(AP Photo/John Amis)

33

Jaxson Dart (Ole Miss): 79.7

Petre Thomas-USA TODAY Sports

3. 4

Chance Nolan (Oregon State): 79.4

Soobum Im-USA TODAY Sports

35

Kurtis Rourke (Ohio): 78.1

David Banks-USA TODAY Sports

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