Three quarterbacks are competing for North
Carolina State's starting job. For the Wolfpack, that's progress:
There used to be five.
Only recently did coach Tom O'Brien trim the QB derby to a
three-man race between senior Daniel Evans, redshirt freshman
Russell Wilson and freshman Mike Glennon.
O'Brien said Saturday he hopes one of them steps forward during
a scrimmage Wednesday to claim the job.
Evans is the only one with any experience, having claimed the
starting job at some point in each of the past two seasons. He
threw for 2,030 yards last season with 12 touchdowns and 13
Whoever gets the job has one fewer target: Top receiver Donald
Bowens will miss the season with a hairline fracture in his back.