The SEC is really known for three things: playing stifling defense, running the football and winning BCS National Championships. If you are looking for the sexy offensive production, this conference is not for you, as throwing the football is really a secondary option.
But this season, there must have been more passing plays added to the playbook, as a total of six SEC teams rank in the Top 50 in passing offense (via cfbstats.com). Four quarterbacks have over 100 pass attempts through the first month of games, and the conference is scoring points with ease.
There have been a few surprising quarterbacks step up and quietly make a name for themselves, while a future NFL prospect has seriously hurt his draft stock.
Here is how each SEC starting quarterback stacks up after the first month of the 2012 college football season.