Wednesday, September 24, 2008
More QB intrigue in the Pac-10
By ESPN.com staff
Posted by ESPN.com's Ted Miller
As if the well-documented quarterback circus at Oregon isn't enough, here's a couple of other items.
- It's good that Washington State redshirt freshman QB Marshall Lobbestael looked poised and capable when he came off the bench against Portland State after starter Kevin Lopina and backup Gary Rogers went down with injuries, because he's now the man for the Cougars. It was already announced that Rogers was done for the year, but Lopina is now out for two to six weeks with a "fracture of the L-4 transverse process of his vertebrae." So Lobbestael starts against Oregon and his backups will be true freshman J.T. Levenseller and redshirt freshman walkon Dan Wagner.
- And, according to the Charlottesville Daily Progress, it appears Oregon State has added another quarterback to its roster: Former Virginia QB Peter Lalich.
Read about Lalich's issues here.