Total college football quarterback ratings through September 3 games

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

Week 1 will take place from the 1st to the 5th of September.

Tennessee defeated Ball State, 59-10, in Week 1 at Neyland Stadium. 14 Vols set or tied their career highs in Week 1 against Ball State.

Tennessee’s 2022 regular season schedule includes home games against Ball State, Akron, Florida, Alabama, UT Martin, Kentucky and Missouri.

The Vols’ 2022 schedule features road competition in Pittsburgh at the second annual Johnny Majors Classic, LSU, Georgia, South Carolina and Vanderbilt.

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Vols Wire breaks down total quarterback ratings through games on September 3 during Week 1. Two games remain in Week 1: Florida State vs. LSU and Clemson at Georgia Tech.

Below are ESPN’s total quarterback ratings through the Sept. 3 contests. Ratings 1-35 are below and the full ratings can be viewed here.

1 James Blackman (Arkansas State): 97.8

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2 Stetson Bennett (Georgia): 97.3

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3 Jalon Daniels (Kansas): 96.9

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4Bryce 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

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7Anthony 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

11 John Rhys Plumlee (UCF): 91.4

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12Doug Brumfield (UNLV): 90.8

Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports

13 Daniel Richardson (Central Michigan): 90.5

Brett Rojo-USA TODAY Sports

14 Cameron Rising (Utah): 90.0

Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

15 Blake Shapen (Baylor): 90.0

Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

16 Laura Jayden (Arizona): 89.7

Orlando Ramírez-USA TODAY Sports

17 CJ Stroud (Ohio State): 89.5

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18 Tanner McKee (Stanford): 89.4

Stan Szeto-USA TODAY Sports

19 Spencer Sanders (Oklahoma State): 88.1


20 Kaidon Salter (Liberty): 87.6

Chuck Cook-USA TODAY Sports

21 Ryan Hilinski (northwest): 85.7

Ron Johnson-USA TODAY Sports

22Todd Centeio (James Madison): 84.7

(Daniel Lin/Daily News-Record via AP)

23 Jordan Travis (Florida State): 84.2

Alicia Devine/Tallahassee Democrat / USA TODAY NETWORK

24 Michael Penix Jr. (Washington): 83.9

Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports

25 Hunter Dekkers (Iowa State): 83.2

Margaret Kispert/The Register/USA TODAY NETWORK

26 Jaren Hall (BYU): 82.5

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27 Will Rogers (Mississippi State): 82.4

Matt Bush-USA TODAY Sports

28 Clayton Tune (Houston): 82.3

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29 KJ Jefferson (Arkansas): 81.7

Matt Pendleton-USA TODAY Sports

30 Riley Leonard (Duke): 81.6

William Howard-USA TODAY Sports

31 Hendon Hooker (Tennessee): 79.9

Randy Sartin-USA TODAY Sports

32 Jaxson Dart (Ole Miss): 79.7

Petre Thomas-USA TODAY Sports

33 Chance Nolan (Oregon State): 79.4

Soobum Im-USA TODAY Sports

34Kurtis Rourke (Ohio): 78.1

David Banks-USA TODAY Sports

35Michael Pratt (Tulane): 77.4

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