Head coach Norm Chow told the Warrior Beat this morning that he will wait until later this week before deciding on a starting quarterback for Saturday’s game against San Jose State.
There are two factors: 1) The availability of Taylor Graham, who started the first three games, and 2) Whether Sean Schroeder, who nearly pulled off the greatest comeback in NCAA history, is better suited as a starter or reliever.
Chow said Ikaika Woolsey is deserving of more playing time. He also said he wants to give some playing time to Jeremy Higgins.
Are there enough snaps to go around? Well, UH did amass 81 plays against Fresno State.
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Chow also told the Star-Advertiser that tight end Jordan Pu‘u-Robinson was diagnosed with a grade-2 MCL sprain and will miss a couple of games. That’s hopeful news for the Rainbow Warriors, who initially feared Pu‘u-Robinson could be lost for the season.
Harold Moleni, who did not play against Fresno State because of a concussion, should be cleared to play this week.
Also, versatile Craig Cofer is expected to move back to tight end.