In his first game as the starting quarterback, Heaps had mixed results with BYU losing 27-13. Heaps finished completing 24 of 45 passes for 229 yards.
The game marked Heaps' first win as the BYU starting quarterback. Coaches were careful not to put too much on him in the game, as he went 15-for-22 for just 126 yards in BYU's 24-21.
Heaps subbed in for the injured Riley Nelson and went 15-for-20 for 185 yards and two touchdowns in the 42-7 BYU victory.
Despite losing to the Utes 17-16, Heaps showed remarkable composure going against a ferocious Ute defense as a true freshman. He finished the game going 22-for-37 for 228 yards and a touchdown.
Heaps went 18-for-32 for 231 yards and two touchdowns during a 40-7 blowout over the Lobos.
Heaps went 21-for-36 for 238 yards and four touchdowns in BYU's 42-7 win.
Heaps went 19-for-31 for 294 yards and two touchdowns in BYU's 55-7 win over the Rebels.
Heaps and the offense struggled throughout most of the game, but were able to rally late in winning 14-13. Heaps went 24-for-38 for 225 yards, which included the game-winning touchdown pass to Ross Apo.
Jake Heaps ended the 2010 season strong and without any doubt at the time that he was BYU's future at the position. The Cougars defeated UTEP 52-24 victory and Heaps went 25-for-34 for 264 yards and four touchdowns.
Throughout his brief career at BYU, Heaps never looked more comfortable leading the offense than he did during BYU's 49-10 win over the Rams. In the game he was the model of efficiency, going 15-for-20 for 242 yards and four touchdowns.