University of Texas quarterback Quinn Ewers was one of twenty quarterbacks named as Davey O’Brien Award semifinalists, the Davey O’Brien Foundation announced on Tuesday. The O’Brien Award is presented to the best college football quarterback in the country and is the oldest and most recognized quarterback award in college football.
Ewers started eight of ten games for the Longhorns and has thrown for 2,232 yards and 14 touchdowns along with four interceptions. His leadership and ability under center has helped guide the Longhorns to their best start since the 2008 season, with a 9-1 record through 10 games.
Quinn Ewers Statistical Rankings (Nationally)
Completion Percentage (0.703) – 10th
Passing Efficiency (162.1) – 13th
Passing Yards per Game (279) – 16th
Completions per Game (21.62) – 22nd
Three Longhorns have previously won the Davey O’Brien Award: Earl Campbell (1977), Vince Young (2005) and Colt McCoy (2009).
Finalists for the award will be announced on November 28 with the winner being recognized on December 8th at the Home Depot College Football Awards.
Finalists Votes includes Fan Votes
The Fan Vote will take place on the Davey O’Brien Award’s Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (X) pages and the the top five vote getters on each platform will receive bonus committee member ballots. These ballots will then be added to the National Selection Committee’s votes.
How to Vote for Quinn Ewers
To cast your vote as for Quinn Ewers in the Fan Vote, you must like the original Davey O’Brien Award post highlighting Quinn Ewers on the Davey O’Brien Award Social Media Pages: