Big Ten QB rankings No. 10: Brendan Sullivan, Northwestern
- 368 passing yards
- 3 TDs 2 interceptions
- 61.4% completion
- 6.5 yards per attempt
Brendan Sullivan was not good in Week 8 against Nebraska, but the week prior he played pretty well in a non-conference game against Howard. The junior quarterback threw two touchdowns with no interceptions and completed 72.2% of his passes. He also ran for two touchdowns in the game.
That game was against much lesser competition, but even against Nebraska he only had one interception despite being sacked seven times.
Really, Sullivan is mostly higher than the previous group because I know how bad Hill and Kaliakmanis are, but the book still isn’t written on Northwestern’s new QB.