History shows BYU needs to rely on more than one QB to survive a season

When BYU opened spring practices in early March, its roster was brimming with eight quarterbacks.
That number seems excessive, but recent years show that the Cougars have needed to use multiple QBs.
Since announcing its plans to go independent in August 2010, BYU has been dependent on more than one starting quarterback to get through a season. It’s happened in seven of the past eight campaigns, and the Cougars have trotted out as many as three different starters in 2012 and 2017.

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