Oregon State Will Have A New Starting Quarterback Against ASU This Week
Quarterback controversy is no stranger to the NCAA this year. Injuries, arrests, and bad play have plagued teams all year. Oregon State is no exception.
That’s why it’s no surprise that Cody Vaz will be starting this week instead of Sean Mannion.
After Mannion’s four interceptions against Washington, Vaz was put in. He almost pulled the comeback off, but his team fell three points shy in a 20-17 loss.
Formerly sitting at No. 7, the Beavers are now ranked No. 11. The sudden loss and good play by Vaz was enough for Coach Mike Riley to name Vaz the starting QB against ASU.