Oklahoma State quarterback Brandon Weeden was named one of 10 finalists for the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm award Wednesday, an honor given to the nation's top senior quarterback.
Weeden ranks sixth in the nation in passing yards per game (349.67) and third nationally with 31.5 completions per game.
Other finalists for the award include Nick Foles (Arizona), Robert Griffin III (Baylor), Landry Jones (Oklahoma), Case Keenum (Houston), Andrew Luck (Stanford), Kellen Moore (Boise State), Ryan Tannehill (Texas A&M), Russell Wilson (Wisconsin) and Tyler Wilson (Arkansas).
In addition to on-field performance, the Johnny Unitas Award also “values character, citizenship, integrity and those who honor the game,” according to the foundation's website.
BLACKMON DOESN'T MIND CROWD
It's common for Justin Blackmon, the reigning Biletnikoff award winner, to draw double coverage. But he was sometimes covered by three defenders in last Saturday's OSU win over Texas, a team that Blackmon torched last season for nine catches and 145 yards.
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