Whenever you're making a top-10 list of anything, there's bound to be some controversy. These lists are normally based on subjective opinion, rather than fact.
When it comes to making a list of the 10 greatest quarterbacks to ever play at the University of Oklahoma, subjective opinion gets in the way more than ever.
Due to the style of which college football has changed, the quarterback position has continued to evolve. This is especially true when it comes to Oklahoma football. The Sooners, who now run a spread attack offense that throws the ball the majority of every game, once ran a Wishbone offense that produced run-heavy offensive attacks.
How do you compare a player like current Sooner quarterback Landry Jones to a Wishbone quarterback who threw the ball less times in his career than Jones does in a season?
Subjective opinion. Let the controversy begin.