ESPN Names Wisconsin Quarterback The Best In The Nation For Week Three

David Hookstead | Reporter

It’s a great day to be a Wisconsin Badger because ESPN named quarterback Alex Hornibrook the most impressive quarterback after week three.

ESPN’s decision shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone, given the fact he smacked the BYU defense all over the field Saturday afternoon.

ESPN wrote:

Alex Hornibrook broke the Wisconsin single-game record by completing 95 percent of his passes in Wisconsin’s win Saturday at BYU. He was especially lethal downfield, completing all eight of his passes thrown more than 10 yards downfield for 178 yards and three touchdowns. Only two Power 5 quarterbacks completed more downfield passes without an incompletion in the previous five seasons.

Finally ESPN has made a smart decision. This was the most obvious decision in the history of sports. The man, who is also a noted George Strait fan, looked like a God against mortals out there on the field Saturday. It was some of the best football I’ve ever seen.

It’s a great time to be a Wisconsin man. We’re out here just cruising to wins, our quarterback is being named the most impressive in the country for week three and the conference as a whole is rolling. Watch out world, because my quarterback isn’t here to screw around. We’re hear to win titles.

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