2014 LEGACY MVP'S Offense A phenomenal year as a freshman, Jackson guided his team to a 12-1 season with accuracy and poise in the pocket the clear choice for freshman of the year Jackson with be one of the best quarterbacks ever to come out of Colorado, he is on pace to shatter all of the passing records set by Cody Hawkins as a junior if he stays that long. He ends the year with a 201.9 QB rating 152/239 2838 yds 34 TDs and 10 interceptions as well as 262 yards rushing on 79 attempts. Without Jackson on the field the Buffaloes are wouldn’t be in a position for a title run. Defense Fraser is a finalist for a few awards this season including the Jim Thorpe award for his outstanding play at cornerback he is tied in the nation with 10 interceptions on the year, not known as a tackler, he makes up for it with his aggressive play in the defensive back field. He improved on every statistical category from a year ago and as a sophomore his potential is scary. Pen State came up short on their championship run with two straight loses to Michigan State, but it was the play of Fraser all season that enabled them to get to a 11-0 record prior to PSU abysmal collapse.