LOGAN — Utah State football coach Gary Andersen addressed the Aggies' quarterback situation following Monday's pair of practices, saying his starting quarterback will not be made public until the team's first series in its season-opener at Auburn on Sept. 3.
Junior college transfer Adam Kennedy and freshman Chuckie Keeton have been sharing the reps during USU's practices and scrimmages, getting equal time and shares of running the offense.
"The staff and the football team are very comfortable with our quarterback situation," Andersen said. "Playing a quality opponent like Auburn, we believe it is important for us to gain every advantage we can. Announcing a starting quarterback could possibly be a disadvantage for our football team."
— Deseret News
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