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Pacific-12 Conference Year-by-Year Leaders and Records for Passing Efficiency Rating

  • Minimum 14 pass attempts per school game.
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Since 1956

Year Player Rate School
2012 Marcus Mariota* 163.23 Oregon
2011 Andrew Luck* 169.69 Stanford
2010 Andrew Luck* 170.16 Stanford
2009 Andrew Luck* 143.47 Stanford
2008 Mark Sanchez* 164.64 Southern California
2007 Dennis Dixon* 161.19 Oregon
2006 John David Booty* 144.00 Southern California
2005 Rudy Carpenter* 175.01 Arizona State
2004 Matt Leinart* 156.54 Southern California
2003 Matt Leinart* 164.45 Southern California
2002 Carson Palmer* 149.09 Southern California
2001 Jeff Krohn 153.44 Arizona State
2000 Cory Paus 145.75 UCLA
1999 Todd Husak 142.59 Stanford
1998 Akili Smith* 167.30 Oregon
1997 Cade McNown* 166.01 UCLA
1996 Pat Barnes* 150.05 California
1995 Damon Huard 143.26 Washington
1994 Rob Johnson* 157.03 Southern California
1993 Dave Barr 164.47 California
1992 Grady Benton 133.68 Arizona State
1991 Billy Joe Hobert 146.09 Washington
1990 Jason Palumbis 137.52 Stanford
1989 Aaron Garcia 139.12 Washington State
1988 Timm Rosenbach* 158.39 Washington State
1987 Troy Aikman* 157.64 UCLA
1986 Jeff Van Raaphorst* 140.26 Arizona State
1985 David Norrie* 141.03 UCLA
1984 Jeff Van Raaphorst 136.00 Arizona State
1983 Rick Neuheisel* 148.49 UCLA
1982 Tom Ramsey* 151.53 UCLA
1981 Mike Pagel 139.36 Arizona State
1980 John Elway 147.17 Stanford
1979 Turk Schonert 163.15 Stanford
1978 Paul McDonald* 150.57 Southern California
1977 Rob Hertel* 138.32 Southern California
1976 Jack Thompson 134.65 Washington State
1975 Joe Roth 139.88 California
1974 Steve Bartkowski 130.56 California
1973 Pat Haden* 126.23 Southern California
1972 Mike Rae* 127.56 Southern California
1971 Don Bunce* 120.68 Stanford
1970 Jim Jones 128.92 Southern California
1969 Dennis Dummit 148.27 UCLA
1968 Jim Plunkett 127.35 Stanford
1967 Gary Beban 136.89 UCLA
1966 Gary Beban 116.17 UCLA
1965 Tod Hullin 134.29 Washington
1964 Craig Fertig 127.11 Southern California
1963 Craig Morton 119.37 California
1962 Dave Mathieson 127.10 Washington State
1960 Dick Norman 85.07 Stanford
1959 Dick Norman 125.17 Stanford
1958 Bob Nicolet 92.07 Stanford
1957 Bob Newman 126.46 Washington State
1956 Bob Newman 120.92 Washington State