(STATS) -- The Big Man on Campus sometimes has to share the spotlight.On a Saturday of college football action, perhaps the most exhilarating secondary matchup occurs between two top quarterbacks whose teams are squaring off. The field generals may not share the field at the same time, but each is well aware of what the other is doing.Many top quarterbacks return across the FCS this season. Here is a countdown of the 10 best QB matchups:10. Devlin Hodges (Samford) at Antonio Bennifield (Chattanooga), Sept. 24 -- Dont sleep on this early season showdown which oozes with potential. Hodges was as good as any Southern Conference quarterback over his final five starts as a freshman last year. Bennifield, a lefty dual threat, is replacing the signal caller (Jacob Huesman) who actually has been the SoCons best over the last three seasons.9. Aaron Bailey (Northern Iowa) at Jordan West (Eastern Washington), Sept. 17 -- Its a rematch from UNIs 38-35 win last September, when Bailey was still sharing time under center before he went on to become the Missouri Valley Football Conferences newcomer of the year. This pick is assuming West holds on to the EWU job. A 3,000-yard passer usually does, but he has competition on his hands.8. Kevin Anderson (Fordham) vs. Peter Pujals (Holy Cross), Nov. 12 at Yankee Stadium -- The venue isnt all that Patriot League fans should be anticipating. Pujals ranked fourth and Anderson 11th in the FCS in total offensive yards per game last season.7. RJ Noel (Sacred Heart) at Dillon Buechel (Duquesne), Nov. 12 -- Buechel is considered the best passing QB in the Northeast Conference, having thrown for 7,455 yards and 52 touchdowns in his career. But Noel -- not Buechel -- has been voted as the NECs first-team signal caller each of the past three seasons.6. Eli Jenkins (Jacksonville State) at Bennie Coney (Eastern Kentucky), Oct. 22 -- Jenkins won All-America first-team honors while running and passing for Jacksonville States national runner-up squad last season. Coney responded when EKU turned him loose last season. He completed as many as 44 passes in an Ohio Valley Conference game.5. Easton Stick (North Dakota State) at Aaron Bailey (Northern Iowa), Oct. 29 -- As a redshirt freshman, Stick was relatively mistake-free while he beat a whos who of FCS powers in last years playoffs, including UNI. But that was in the Fargodome. Winning at the UNI-Dome is a lot different, and Bailey and the Panthers want some revenge.4. Jeremiah Briscoe (Sam Houston State) vs. Zach Conque (Stephen F. Austin), Oct. 1 at NRG Stadium in Houston -- The annual Battle of the Piney Woods also is a battle of two of the better QBs in the FCS. Briscoe was a playoff star in Sam Houstons run to the national semifinals, while the 6-foot-5 Conque is in his third season starting for his father, Stephen F. Austin coach Clint Conque.3. Kyle Lauletta (Richmond) at Steve Cluley (William & Mary), Nov. 19 -- A rivalry series that dates to 1898 could decide the CAA Football title again. Lauletta finished second in the FCS with 3,598 passing yards last season. Cluley figured it out as a junior after some earlier struggles, and hes surrounded by a veteran offense.2. Eli Jenkins (Jacksonville State) at KD Humphries (Murray State), Nov. 12 -- While Jenkins received offensive player of the year honors in the OVC, Humphries led the nation in passing yards (3,778), passing attempts (532) and completions (330). Murray State isnt on JSUs level, but being at home will help the Racers.1. Brady Gustafson (Montana) at Case Cookus (Northern Arizona), Oct. 22 -- Gustafson was good enough to beat North Dakota State last season. 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SEATTLE -- At about 10:15 p.m. Pacific time Tuesday, the retractable roof at Safeco Field made its methodical closure while the Seattle Mariners and Texas Rangers played the eighth inning of another high-scoring baseball game.It seemed like the only way to contain the Rangers unlimited offense.Texas and its loaded lineup will try to provide some more fireworks against the Mariners on Wednesday night, when struggling Seattle rookie Ariel Miranda (2-1, 5.76 ERA) takes the mound to face the Rangers A.J. Griffin (7-3, 4.41 ERA).Texas (83-56) has scored six or more runs in eight consecutive games and is averaging 7.5 runs per game over its past 13 games.Their offense is obviously really good; its rolling right now, Seattle manager Scott Servais said after Texas pounded out 15 hits and hit two home runs to beat the Mariners 10-7 on Tuesday night. Were having trouble slowing it down.The Mariners (70-68) arent alone in that respect. Texas already had a pretty good offense before adding Lucroy and Carlos Beltran in deadline deals, and now the Rangers are nothing short of loaded.Its a pretty special batting order, Lucroy said after hitting his ninth home run in 28 games as a Ranger on Tuesday night. Any guy in the lineup can hurt you.The Rangers, who have some question marks in their pitching rotation, have largely ridden their bats to a huge lead in the American League West. Tuesdays win kept Texas 8 1/2 games ahead of second-place Houston, and the Rangers magic number sits at 16.Griffin has won two conssecutive starts heading into his scheduled outing Wednesday night in Seattle.dddddddddddd He threw six shutout innings against Cleveland on Aug. 27, then Griffin had a shakier start the last time out, walking three while allowing two home runs over 5 2/3 innings in an 8-6 win over Houston.The Texas offense gives any starter room for error, and the Rangers should feel good about their chances against Seattle starter Miranda on Wednesday. Although Texas has yet to face the rookie left-hander, the 27-year-old Miranda has struggled in recent outings as he tries to prove himself as a long-term option in the Mariners rotation.Hes one of many Seattle starters who are in a funk heading down the stretch. Veterans Felix Hernandez and Hisashi Iwakuma are losing some of their command, while youngsters James Paxton and Taijuan Walker have been unable to sustain any kind of consistency.Walker, who is scheduled to start Thursdays series finale, has been particularly bad as of late. He only got two outs in his last start, so it wouldnt be a big surprised to the Texas offense continue to rip through its final two games in Seattle.Texas has virtually wrapped up the division but is still trying to hold off Cleveland and whatever team wins the AL East for homefield advantage. The Rangers currently have the best record in the American League heading into Wednesday nights game in Seattle. ' ' '