Vote: Best QB in the Big East in 2012

June, 14, 2012
6/14/12
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We have already had some fun with an ongoing debate about who the best quarterback in the Big East is going to be in 2012.

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Who will be the best quarterback in the Big East in 2012?

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    21%
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    9%
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    14%
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    16%
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    40%

Discuss (Total votes: 2,646)

The argument has surrounded Teddy Bridgewater of Louisville and B.J. Daniels of USF. I think it is going to be Daniels; many of you believe it will be Bridgewater (or is he Teddy Heisman?).

So now I put the question to you with this handy-dandy poll. Will Bridgewater, Daniels, or somebody else be the marquee quarterback in the league this season? Here is an explainer on the choices you see in the poll.

Bridgewater: Had an outstanding freshman season and was named Big East Newcomer of the Year. The big question is whether he can take another huge step this year or fall into the dreaded sophomore slump. Offensive coordinator Shawn Watson has continually sung Bridgewater's praises.

Daniels: Is this the season when Daniels becomes a first-team Big East quarterback? He has enough starts (33) under his belt, and enough athleticism to get the job done. But many wonder if he will ever put everything together for a top-notch season.

Munchie Legaux, Cincinnati: I am just going to presume that he wins the starting quarterback job this fall. Legaux showed some terrific flashes of athleticism when he replaced Zach Collaros last year. He has plenty of arm strength, but his accuracy is a major question mark. Still, his skill-set coupled with the Cincinnati offensive system could mean a breakout season for Legaux.

Ryan Nassib, Syracuse: Nassib had a career year in 2011, even though the Syracuse offense never really found much consistency. He should have some more playmakers around him to help this year, along with a revamped system that should allow more opportunities for growth.

Other: We don't know yet who is going to be starting at Rutgers or UConn; Tino Sunseri is going into his third offensive system in three years; and Temple is a wild card with Chris Coyer, an unknown in the Big East. Feel free to cast a vote for any of these players in the other category. Leave your comments below or in the mailbag, and we will discuss at a later date.

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