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  Rankings in the News

EDITORIAL: Legal Education Reform
(New York Times, Published: November 25, 2011)
A version of this editorial appeared in print on November 26, 2011, on page A18 of the New York edition with the headline: Legal Education Reform.

What They Don’t Teach Law Students: Lawyering
(New York Times, By DAVID SEGAL, Published: November 19, 2011)
A version of this article appeared in print on November 20, 2011, on page A1 of the New York edition with the headline: What They Don’t Teach Law Students: Lawyering.

The Rankings Revolt
(TIME Magazine, Mar 22, 2007, Julie Rawe, Time Inc.)

The $8.78 Million Maneuver
(The New York Times, July 31, 2005, Alex Wellen,
Education Life Supplement Late Edition - Final,
Section 4A, Page 18)


 

NFL Quarterbacks - who makes the cut?

Which quarterbacks wouldn't be playing today if the NFL only signed players from colleges with Top 20 "football reputations?"

 

Super Bowl XLV Champions

GREEN BAY

Aaron Rodgers, Cal. (Berkeley)

Super Bowl XLV MVP

2010 NFL Conference Championships

PITTSBURGH

Ben Roethlisberger, Miami (Ohio)

GREEN BAY

Aaron Rodgers, Cal. (Berkeley)

CHICAGO

Jay Cutler, Vanderbilt

NEW YORK JETS

Mark Sanchez, Southern California

NFC EAST

PHILADELPHIA

Kevin Kolb, Houston
Michael Vick, Virginia Tech
Mike Kafka, Northwestern

NEW YORK GIANTS

Eli Manning, Mississippi
Sage Rosenfels, Iowa State

DALLAS

Tony Romo, Eastern Illinois
Jon Kitna, Central Washington
Stephen McGee, Texas A&M

WASHINGTON

Donovan McNabb, Syracuse

Rex Grossman, Florida

John Beck, Brigham Young
NFC NORTH

CHICAGO

Jay Cutler, Vanderbilt

Todd Collins, Michigan

Caleb Hanie, Colorado State

GREEN BAY

Aaron Rodgers, California

Matt Flynn, Louisiana State

DETROIT

Matthew Stafford, Georgia

Shaun Hill, Maryland
Drew Stanton, Michigan State

MINNESOTA

Brett Favre, Southern Mississippi
 Tarvaris Jackson, Alabama State
Joe Webb, Alabama-Birmingham
NFC SOUTH

ATLANTA

Matt Ryan, Boston College
Chris Redman, Louisville

John Parker Wilson, Alabama

NEW ORLEANS

Drew Brees, Purdue
Chase Daniel, Missouri

TAMPA BAY

Josh Freeman, Kansas State
Josh Johnson, San Diego
Rudy Carpenter, Arizona State

CAROLINA

Matt Moore, Oregon State

Jimmy Clausen, Notre Dame

Tony Pike, Cincinnati
NFC WEST

SEATTLE

Matt Hasselbeck, Boston College
Charlie Whitehurst, Clemson

ST. LOUIS

Sam Bradford, Oklahoma

A.J. Feeley, Oregon

Thaddeus Lewis, Duke

49ERS

Alex Smith, Utah
David Carr, Fresno State

Troy Smith, Ohio State

Kyle Boller, California

ARIZONA

Derek Anderson, Oregon State
Max Hall, BYU
John Skelton, Fordham
AFC EAST

NEW ENGLAND

Tom Brady, Michigan

Brian Hoyer, Michigan State

NEW YORK JETS

Mark Sanchez, Southern California

Mark Brunell, Washington

Kellen Clemens, Oregon

MIAMI

Chad Henne, Michigan

Chad Pennington, Marshall
Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina

BUFFALO

Trent Edwards, Stanford

Ryan Fitzpatrick, Harvard
Brian Brohm, Louisville
AFC NORTH

PITTSBURGH

Dennis Dixon, Oregon

Charlie Batch, Eastern Michigan
Byron Leftwich, Marshall
Ben Roethlisberger, Miami (Ohio)

BALTIMORE

Joe Flacco, Delaware
Marc Bulger, West Virginia

CLEVELAND

Jake Delhomme, Louisiana-Lafayette
Seneca Wallace, Iowa State

Colt McCoy, Texas

CINCINNATI

Carson Palmer, Southern California

Jordan Palmer, Texas El-Paso
Dan LeFevour, Central Michigan

AFC SOUTH

INDIANAPOLIS

Peyton Manning, Tennessee

Curtis Painter, Purdue

JACKSONVILLE

David Garrard, East Carolina
Luke McCown, Louisiana Tech

HOUSTON

Matt Schaub, Virginia
 Dan Orlovsky, Connecticut

Matt Leinart, Southern California

TENNESSEE

Vince Young, Texas

Kerry Collins, Penn State

Rusty Smith, Florida Atlantic
AFC WEST

KANSAS CITY

Matt Cassel, Southern California
Brodie Croyle, Alabama

SAN DIEGO

Philip Rivers, North Carolina
State Billy Volek, Fresno State
J.T. O'Sullivan, UC Davis

RAIDERS

Jason Campbell, Auburn

 Bruce Gradkowski, Toledo

DENVER

Kyle Orton, Purdue

Brady Quinn, Notre Dame

Tim Tebow, Florida

 
 

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