QB of the Week: Thaddeus Lewis
The Davey O’Brien award has named Duke QB Thaddeus Lewis this week’s quarterback of the week. Lewis led the Blue devils to a first win over North Carolina State in 12 games. The senior QB finished the game with huge numbers, going 40 of 50 passes for 459 yards and 5 touchdowns. Lewis was also key in converting 13 of 18 third downs in the victory.
Other quarterbacks receiving votes this week included: Sam Bradford – Oklahoma (JR), Case Keenum – Houston (RS-JR), Dan LeFevour – Central Michigan (SR), Colt McCoy – Texas (SR), Christian Ponder – Florida State (RS-JR), Todd Reesing – Kansas (SR), Steven Sheffield – Texas Tech (JR), Riley Skinner – Wake Forest (RS-SR) and Tim Tebow – Florida (SR).
The O’Brien honors the nation’s best college quarterback of the year. Each week a subset of The O’Brien Selection Committee will name the quarterback of the week who exemplifies the award’s standards. Currently all 120 Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) quarterbacks are candidates for the award until Semifinalists are announced Oct. 26. Finalists will be announced Nov. 23 and the 2009 O’Brien Winner will be announced Dec. 10.
For more information, visit the Davey O’Brien Award website.