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USA TODAY Sports’ Paul Myerberg breaks down the latest Amway Coaches Poll.

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Look to the SEC for evidence of college football’s offensive evolution. In 2009, the conference had just one quarterback average more than 220 passing yards per game. So far this season, the league has three passers averaging more than 337 yards per game.

It’s a quarterback-driven sport, and the production at the position has never been better. Here’s a look at the best of the best — the 10 top quarterbacks in the Football Bowl Subdivision during a 2020 season when two dozen or more passers are under consideration.

1. Kyle Trask, Florida

It’s a sign of Trask’s production that the senior’s three touchdowns against Arkansas were his lowest single-game output of the season. He’s still sitting at an FBS-best 31 scores on the season, five more than the two quarterbacks tied in second, and

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Kyle Trask, Justin Fields lead Lawrence

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USA TODAY Sports’ Paul Myerberg breaks down the latest Amway Coaches Poll.

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Florida quarterback Kyle Trask is the talk of college football.

Through six games, the senior has thrown 28 touchdowns in 211 attempts, putting him ahead of the record-setting pace set last season by LSU quarterback Joe Burrow, who would win the Heisman Trophy in a landslide.

The competition for the Heisman is a bit stiffer in 2020. In terms of college production, in fact, this year’s quarterback class is ramping up to be one of the best in recent history.

Here’s a look at the best of the best — the 10 best Bowl Subdivision quarterbacks during a season when two dozen or more passers are under consideration.

1. Kyle Trask, Florida

Burrow played 15 games last season. Trask won’t play as many during this unique year. But if his current pace is extrapolated across

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Florida’s Kyle Trask has 4 TDs again

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The average draft class is lucky to have one franchise quarterback. This year’s cycle includes at least two: Clemson’s Trevor Lawrence and Ohio State’s Justin Fields.

Quarterback play is as good as ever in the Bowl Subdivision, with draft-eligible passers and underclassmen from Power Five and Group of Five leagues lining up behind Lawrence and Fields to battle for all-conference and even All-America accolades.

Here’s a look at the best of the best — the 10 best FBS quarterbacks during a season when two dozen or more passers are under consideration.

1. Justin Fields, Ohio State

Fields played deeper into Ohio State’s 49-27 win against Rutgers than expected, as an expected romp against one of the weaker teams in the Big Ten turned tighter in the second half. After throwing for 314 yards and five scores, Fields now has as many

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Texas Tech’s Kyle Hogan goes from ‘zero confidence’ to Tour invite

During the college golf season, GolfChannel.com will check in weekly to update what’s happening in the world of college golf.

Kyle Hogan picked the perfect time to win his first college tournament.

Not only did the Texas Tech senior capture the Maridoe Collegiate Invitational by a shot over Oklahoma State’s Austin Eckroat and Pepperdine’s Dylan Menante on Tuesday, but he also earned an exemption into next month’s Houston Open. It will be Hogan’s first PGA Tour start, and it comes at Hogan’s hometown Tour stop.

“It’s nice to get the win and validate the work that I’ve been doing,” said Hogan, who hails from Cypress, about 30 minutes outside of Houston. “But to also get the exemption, it’s huge to have that opportunity.”

It’s an opportunity that Hogan certainly wasn’t expecting. He had been mired in a nearly three-month-long slump that began when he shot 82 in the final round

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