Who was the most accurate quarterback in college
"Pinpoint accuracy" surely applied to the passing performance put on by Mississippi quarterback Kent Austin on November 6, 1982, in Jackson, Miss. Picking Tulane's pass defense clean, Austin set a major-college record for completion percentage in one game (minimum 15 attempts) by hitting on 18 of 19 passes as the Rebels trounced the Green Wave, 45-14. Austin threw for 269 yards and two touchdowns while completing 94.7 percent of his passes.
James Harbour. He teamed with Austin on a 55-yard pass play that netted Ole Miss a second-quarter touchdown.
Buford McGee. McGee caught a 57-yard TD pass from Austin in the fourth quarter.
Andre Thomas. While Austin had the Rebels' passing game in gear, Thomas kept Ole Miss rolling on the ground. He rushed for 106 yards and three touchdowns.