Week 7 Mountain West QB Rankings: Maybe Nevada Does Have A Quarterback in Ty Gangi

Week 7 Mountain West QB Rankings: Maybe Nevada Does Have A Quarterback in Ty Gangi


Week 7 Mountain West QB Rankings: Maybe Nevada Does Have A Quarterback in Ty Gangi

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The latest Mountain West quarterback rankings are out and one player makes a huge jump.

– Week 4 QB Rankings
– Week 5 QB Rankings
– Week 6 QB Rankings

12. Kent Myers & Jordan Love, Utah State (PV: 10)

No clue on what is going on with the Utah State quarterback situation outside of it is not very good, inconsistent and going back and forth between Kent Myers and Jordan Love is just not working. We will see what head coach Matt Wells does this week against UNLV.

11. Montel Aaron, San Jose State (PV: 12)

San Jose State head coach Brent Brennan was very secretive about Aaron’s knee injury which he suffered against Utah. He made the start this past week against Hawaii and showed why he is the best option for the Spartans as he was 17 of 27 for 322 yards to go along with a pair of touchdowns and one pick.

10. Lamar Jordan, New Mexico (PV: 9)

Jordan was pulled in the Lobos shutout loss against Fresno State in favor of Tevaka Tuioti who did pass for 200 yards but did not get into the end zone. There is no word at this time who will start this week against Colorado State.

9. Armani Rogers, UNLV (PV: 11)

He moves up but not really because what he did against Air Force. Rogers did have a great first half but could not keep it going in the second against the Falcons. He did have a good game on the ground by rushing for 148 yards and tossed for a modest 145 yards in the air.

8. Brett Rypien, Boise State (PV: 5)

It is time to drop Rypien to the bottom half of the league and in these rankings. In their big time win over San Diego State this past weekend he completed 11 of 19 passes for just 72 yards and one touchdown. On the year he has just two touchdowns, oh and the fact that Montel Cozart keeps getting playing time.

7. Josh Allen, Wyoming (PV: 6)

Just go back and look at this first throw in the Utah State game. It was a very poorly thrown pass which was an interception. This year he has been up and down and overall just not good.

6. Dru Brown, Hawaii (PV: 3)

Brown had one of his worst games of the year and it did not help that wide receive John Ursua left the game with a torn ACL. There were no interceptions and a touchdown thrown, but overall he was just 12 of 23.

5. Arion Worthman, Air Force (PV: 5)

Worthman had five rushing touchdowns and led the Falcons back from a 27-0 deficit against UNLV to win 34-30. That normally would mean a jump in these rankings, but not this week.

4. Christian Chapman, San Diego State (PV: 2)

Twenty-seven throws is far too many for Chapman but he did have 240 yards on just 12 completions vs. Boise State. He also kept his streak alive of no interceptions in tact.

3. Marcus McMaryion, Fresno State  (PV: 7)

Yes, this is a huge jump but McMaryion has been one of the best quarterbacks in the conference during league play, outside of Nevada’s Ty Gangi. In three league games he has a 5 to 1 TD/INT ratio and has the second best quarterback rating during that time.

2. Ty Gangi, Nevada (PV: 8)

Nevada can only play the “What If?” had Gangi been the starting quarterback all year for the Wolf Pack. Since Gangi was named the starter he is second in yards per game, third in quarterback rating and has 10 touchdowns over three games which is tied for the most in conference play.

1. Nick Stevens, Colorado State (PV: 1)

– Week 4 QB Rankings
– Week 5 QB Rankings
– Week 6 QB Rankings

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