Dillingham on QB Battle: “All Things Are On The Table”

As ASU football inches closer to its first game against Southern Utah on Aug. 31, the quarterback hierarchy has yet to be determined. 

Head coach Kenny Dillingham called Drew Pyne’s hamstring injury at Camp Tontozona, a “curveball.” Freshman Jaden Rashada has taken major strides the past few weeks to while incumbent starter Trenton Bourguet continues to provide a steady hand at the position. 

While Sun Devil fans are clamoring for an answer, Dillingham said Sunday “all things are on the table” when it comes to who will start against Southern Utah. 

In the video above, Dillingham went in-depth on where the quarterbacks stand, what is best for the team in the short and long-term and why it’s crucial to delineate from the forest and the trees when evaluating a position.