Top 5 Quarterbacks in Mississippi State History

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#4 Wayne Madkin

Madkin was the quarterback for several of MSU’s most famous teams. He was the quarterback from 1998-2001, and is the school’s all-time leading passer despite slitting a good portion of his time during his freshman, sophomore and senior seasons with Matt Wyatt and Kevin Fant.

Wayne led State to the 1998 Western Division championship as a freshman, then a 10-2 record as a sophomore. The Bulldogs had another great year in 2000 finishing 8-4 after winning the “Snow Bowl”. He entered his senior year as the all-time passer but struggled throughout the year as the team collapsed to 3-9.

Ultimately Madkin will be remembered for those great years during his first three seasons.