Lets play who's the back-up? Last week it was Garrett Green this week it is Mitch Mustain.
Mustain, a third-year sophomore, ran the scout team last season after transferring from Arkansas, where he started and won eight games as a true freshman. He was expected to battle Sanchez for the starting job in spring practice, but Sanchez's command of the offense was clearly superior and Mustain found himself competing for the back-up role.
A knee injury suffered by Sanchez in training camp put Mustain and Corp in a competition to possibly start, but Sanchez returned and Corp beat out Mustain for the No. 2 spot, holding it for the first two games.
Coaches, however, elevated Green from No. 4 to No. 2 for the Oregon State game. Now Mustain has leapfrogged two spots, portending a possible season-long game of musical chairs to keep the back-up quarterbacks motivated and competitive.
"Mitch has done better so he deserves a chance to be in that spot," Carroll said.
Heck, next week it could be me.
I am not sure about the whole competition thing it would be nice if we coud just stick with one guy and just give him rep after rep after rep to get him locked in.