The Miami Hurricanes were known as “Quarterback U” and had many outstanding QB’s play at the program such as: Jim Kelly, Bernie Kosar, Steve Walsh, Craig Erickson and Ken Dorsey.
Nevertheless, I’m going to make this real easy on myself and simply go with the two Heisman Trophy winners:
Testaverde has quite a resume.
A College Football Hall of Famer, Testaverde had quite the senior season (1986), winning a Heisman Trophy, Davey O’Brien Award, Maxwell Trophy, and Walter Camp Award. He was also a consensus First-Team All-American and the UPI Player of the Year.
Testaverde never won a National Championship, but he held a 21-1 regular season record.
He also played in the NFL for an unbelievable 21 seasons.
Torretta played at Miami from 1989 to 1992 and began his first two season as a back-up to Craig Erickson.
While a starter in 1991 and 1992, Torretta had a record of 23-1 and threw for 6,155 yards and 39 touchdowns.
In Torretta’s senior season, he was a consensus First-Team All-American and won every award imaginable such as a: Heisman Trophy, Davy O’Brien Award, Walter Camp Award, Maxwell Trophy, Chic Harley Award and the Johnny Unitas Award.
He can also say he was a two-time National Champion.