Chart: Most improved quarterbacks based on ball security
Posted by: Pete Roussel on Sunday October 27, 2013
Let’s take a look at which quarterbacks have improved their interception ratio the most from 2012 to 2013.
For example, Marcus Mariota threw an INT once every 56 passing attempts last year, but has yet to throw an interception this season is 225 passing attempts.
Meanwhile, Miami (FL) quarterback Stephen Morris threw an INT once every 60 passing attempts last season, but Morris has thrown an INT once every 20 attempts this year.
LSU quarterback Zach Mettenberger started the year on fire, but has thrown 5 interceptions in the last two weeks.
Ole Miss co-offensive coordinator / quarterbacks coach Dan Werner must be pleased with Bo Wallace, who led the nation last season by throwing an INT once every 22 passing attempts. Wallace is the sixth most improved quarterback in this particular statistic this season.
South Carolina quarterbacks coach G.A. Mangus has done a nice job with Connor Shaw.
Give credit to Oregon State offensive coordinator / quarterbacks coach Danny Langsdorf for the remarkable development of Sean Mannion.