Freshman Quarterbacks: The Best of The 2009 Freshman Class

A couple of true Freshman Quarterbacks took center stage in marquee programs this year and have led their teams to some amazing fourth quarter victories and a solid start to their seasons. Look for these guys to play center stage for many years to come, and possibly a match-up in a not-too-distant Rose

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Matt Barkley Named Starting QB For The Trojans

Matt Barkley, a true freshman, will be starting at quarterback for the USC Trojans this year, announced yesterday by Pete Carroll. I am just absolutely shocked and excited as hell. I mean, who wouldn’t want to see a true freshman get this chance at one of the top 5 schools in the nation?

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Aaron Corp Injured – Matt Barkley Bringin’ Out The Big Guns

Matt Barkley received the early Christmas present he never even dared to dream about – Aaron Corp, the starting quarterback at this point for the USC Trojans is injured just a few weeks before the start of the NCAA football season opener. Aaron Corp is listed as the starter at this point, but Matt Barkley has been hot on his heels and gaining ground throughout his time at

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Matt Barkley - The USC Trojan Man-Child Freshman

So many times you hear about freshman quarterbacks that are highly recruited and promise to be the next superstar, but when you first see them on a college football field you cringe – because they look like a high-schooler on a college football field. USC Trojan Matt Barkley is not that guy.

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Two True Freshman Quarterbacks To Watch in the 2009 NCAA Football Spring Games

Quarterbacks will be the story at several big-time NCAA football programs this year, and the spring game will be the first big opportunity to shine for several of these quarterbacks. It will also be the first chance for college football fans to see their Gridiron Generals take control of the offense and hopefully show what they can do at the collegiate level. There’s going to be a lot of nervous and excited fans in the stands, but even more nervous quarterbacks on the sidelines as this is the moment that they’ve worked all of their lives for – a chance to be the starting QB in Division I college

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