[tps_header]Week 6 has already come and gone and it didn’t disappoint. The Big 12 quarterbacks once again served us up some spectacular performances, jaw-dropping highlights and even a colossal upset. Some playoff hopes were kept alive in dramatic fashion while others were never in danger. Some of our quarterbacks improved and some regressed but the one constant is that they aren’t getting any easier to rank from week to week (have I said that already?).[/tps_header]
10. Mason Rudolph (OKLAHOMA STATE)
Rudolph’s record remains unblemished as a starter. However the Poke’s latest dramatic win seemed to come in spite of the quarterback’s play instead of as a result of it. Rudolph completed only 50% of his passes, recorded zero touchdowns and threw three interceptions. The one bright spot in Rudolph’s game was a 40-yard scramble early in the third quarter which took the Cowboys all the way down to the West Virginia four yard line. However, in what has become a theme for Oklahoma State, Rudolph was subsequently pulled on the next play to make way for J.W. Walsh who would end up getting a four-yard touchdown pass to Blake Jarwin. Consistency continues to be a problem for Rudolph who followed up one of his best performances of the year in last week’s win over Kansas State with his worst against the Mountaineers this week.