College Football Teams That Will Upgrade at Quarterback in 2014

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College Football Teams That Will Upgrade at Quarterback in 2014
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A great fuss has been made this offseason about the awesome class of quarterbacks that just left college football.

Especially in the SEC, where future college football Hall of Famers such as AJ McCarron, Johnny Manziel and Aaron Murray all departed, regression is expected at the position.

But some teams will not miss their former signal-callers as much as Alabama, Texas A&M and Georgia will. Whether because of injury, suspension or sheer lack of talent, they needed an upgrade at the position after what they put on the field in 2013.

Not all of those teams in need got their wish, but a few of them did. We did not count teams that are expected to see improvement from their old starters—Connor Cook at Michigan State comes to mind—but rather teams that will be trotting out different players entirely.

If everything breaks correctly, these guys could be hailed as saviors.

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