Remember meForgot password?
    Log in with Twitter

article imageCFL News: Quarterback controversy brewing for Stampeders?

By Larry Seely     Aug 7, 2013 in Sports
Calgary - Calgary is off to a good start in the 2013 CFL season as the Stampeders have gone 4-1 on the year and sit just behind Saskatchewan for the lead in the West Division, but with starting quarterback Drew Tate injured, has a quarterback controversy started?
Young signal caller Bo Levi Mitchell started in place of Tate two weeks ago and guided Calgary to a 37-24 victory over Winnipeg. Mitchell completed 29-33 passes for 376 yards, but the coaching staff has decided that Kevin Glenn would get the start this week against the Roughriders.
Glenn has also been impressive this year, completing 40-55 passes for 472 yards and two scores in two games against Montreal, but with the 23-year-old winning player of the week honors in the CFL with his last performance, what are the coaches thinking by putting the youngster back on the bench?
The good news for Stampeders fans is with all three quarterbacks playing well, the team is likely to continue their successful season, but it will cause problems in the locker room and the front office for Calgary will need to make a decision on which player will lead this team into the future and by all accounts, Mitchell could be that guy.
More about cfl news, cfl rumors, calgary stampeders, bo levi mitchell, kevin glenn
Sports Video
Latest News
Top News