Iowa and Ohio State fans. Get ready for battle.
The Big Ten quarterback race is going to be pretty tight this year with Wisconsin, Iowa, and Ohio State all having returning quarterbacks with large success and high expectations.
How successful, you ask? To the tune of 46-11 as starters. That is an incredible .807 win percentage. Yeah.
So, with that said, time for debate. Tolzien is the least experienced out of the 3 quarterbacks, and although he could (win in a fight against Pryor) end up being one of the best, if not the best, quarterbacks in the league, he had the lowest win percentage so he doesn't deserve to be in this post.*
In this article, mainly about Stanzi (sorry OSU fans), interviewed some players on some highly talented defenses around the league (Indiana and Illinois, of course). The players both indicated they were scared shitless against both quarterbacks. Stanzi can put the pass anywhere, and Pryor can run all over the field. Two completely different quarterbacks, two completely different arguments.
Now my question is this: Will Stanzi be closer to looking like Tom Brady than Pryor will be looking like Michael Vick (or for those of you who don't get analogies, who will be the better quarterback by the end of the year)?
*actually, he just wasn't in the above article, so I made up an excuse.