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Which QBs Will Come Through for the B1G's Top Contenders

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I watched the Penn State Spring game. A new OC has yet to help improve the play of PSU QB Drew Allar. Allar shows up against average to weak foes but in the Spring game, he played like he did last season vs. Ohio State, Michigan, and Ole Miss in the bowl game. 


Transfer Will Howard was the best QB on the field in tOSU's Spring game. But with the portal opening again in the Spring, why name your QB early on?


The front-runner for Michigan, QB Orji, played last season but did not attempt a pass. Michigan has good players back on D but has to rebuild close to the entire O.


The experienced Dillon Gabriel, who is odds-on to get the most career starts at the position, is the front-runner for the Ducks job. Dante's agent's phone has to be ringing off the hook, especially from the 313 (Detroit) and the 734 (Ann Arbor) area codes. I hope Dante is serious about getting a year of backup experience under Will Stein and Gabriel. 


USC with the 5th best odds is not discussed in the article but Trojans Wire has bowl hero QB Miller Moss in a battle with UNLV transfer, Jayden Maiava who was the Mountain West's Freshman of the Year. 



The Big Ten title race features many factors, but none are bigger than the questions surrounding the quarterback at these programs.


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