In football, the quarterback is both the most important and most scrutinized player on the field, which leads to intense pressure from coaches, teammates, fans, and the media.
And in an elite college football conference like the SEC, facing top-notch defenses every Saturday raises the stakes even higher for quarterbacks.
However, SEC quarterbacks have risen to the occasion and thrived under pressure.
After the first two games of the 2010 season, five of them rank among the nation's top 15 in passing efficiency and all SEC quarterbacks have a combined 64.3 percent completion percentage.
With no further ado, here's a power ranking of the SEC quarterbacks.