Quarterback shuffle

Playing two quarterbacks is an interesting tango for a coach, and although UCLA has played many quarterbacks in Rick Neuheisel’s tenure, the undoing of the QBs has been because of injuries or poor play, not an active decision to play two. Neuheisel wasn’t able to go with two quarterbacks when Norm Chow was his offensive coordinator because Chow was a one-QB coach.
Prince remembered one exception.
“It’ll be different. We’ve never done it before. But we did a little my redshirt freshman year at Oregon State,” Prince said. “They threw in Richard for a series or two and I went back in for the rest of the game. Other than that, we haven’t really done it. My redshirt freshman year we put Kevin Craft in for some run plays. It’s just different.”

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  • dmc

    Is there something concrete to suggest a QB rotation between Prince and Brehaut, or are you referring to putting the freshman in? Didn’t Neuheisel learn ANYTHING when he burned Brehaut’s redshirt for no reason?