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Jarret Doege had himself a day against Eastern Kentucky on Saturday. After going 19-for-25 and compiling 228 with three touchdown passes and zero interceptions, he would leave week two as one of the highest graded quarterbacks in the nation.

According to Pro Football Focus, Doege finished week two with a 93.7 grade for his play — good enough for third in the nation behind Trevor Lawrence and Spencer Rattler.

It is still early, but should Doege continue his stellar play, the Mountaineers may just have a special signal-caller on their hands.