Nebraska Football: Power Ranking Cornhuskers’ QBs Before Spring Break

Nebraska Football: Power Ranking Cornhuskers' QBs Before Spring Break

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It's almost time for college kids to give their minds a rest, maybe travel home or just hang out and do nothing. Before the Huskers take their time off, there's some business to attend to. Specifically, who sits atop the signal-caller depth chart and where the others currently place. Let's have a look, shall we?

5. Tyson Broekemeier

Tyson Broekemeier
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5. Tyson Broekemeier

Tyson Broekemeier
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Give the Aurora, NE native credit, he's not backing down. Right now, there's simply far too much talent ahead of him.

4. Zack Darlington

Zack Darlington
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4. Zack Darlington

Zack Darlington
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If Darlington wasn't off limits due to potential concussion issues, he'd be higher up. He throws a great ball and can avoid defenders, but it's unlikely he sees time this spring. He may not even take the field until the 2015 season.

3. Ryker Fyfe

Ryker Fyfe
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3. Ryker Fyfe

Ryker Fyfe
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Fyfe has been a pleasant surprise. While he'll never be mistaken for Brock McHardCheese in pads, he throws amazingly fast and accurate passes. I'd advise against running into a swarm of defenders, though.

2. Johnny Stanton

Johnny Stanton
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2. Johnny Stanton

Johnny Stanton
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A physical quarterback, Stanton has shown the ability to shift into second gear on the run quickly and can throw a pretty touch pass. His only true flaw is that passes consistently have too much air under them. If he can start delivering darts on a more consistent basis, he'll likely challenge for the starting spot.

1. Tommy Armstrong, Jr.

Tommy Armstrong
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1. Tommy Armstrong, Jr.

Tommy Armstrong
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Armstrong is a more vocal, mature quarterback than Nebraska fans saw in the 2013 Gator Bowl. He throws a skip pass every once in a while, but heading into Spring Break, he'd be the Cornhuskers' starter.

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