WVU Football: Top 10 greatest Mountaineers quarterbacks

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Sep 26, 2015; Morgantown, WV, USA; West Virginia mountaineer fans cheer during a first down against the Maryland Terrapins at Milan Puskar Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Ben Queen-USA TODAY Sports

No. 4 – Marc Bulger

Another Pittsburgh native made the trip south to play for the Mountaineers. And, Marc wasn’t alone within his own family. His sisters, Kate and Meg, played basketball for WVU.

Bulger certainly made a name for himself as a prototypical passer for the Mountaineers. For nearly a decade, he held every passing record at WVU, but now finds himself No. 3 in total offense (7,827) and No. 2 in passing yards (8,153). Also, No. 2 in touchdown passes (59) and No. 3 in passing yards in a season (3,607).

Selected by the New Orleans Saints in the sixth round of the 2000 Draft, Bulger later went to the St. Louis Rams and jumpstarted a nine-year NFL career in which he threw 122 touchdowns and for 22,814 yards.

Next: 3. Major Harris