Found August 28, 2012 on
NorthWest Sports Beat:
Breaking news this afternoon out of Eugene. We're still trying to get the complete story for you.
This week Bryan Bennett lost the starting QB job at Oregon to Incoming freshman Marcus Mariota. We're hearing its possible that Bennett is leaving the program.
A source close to the program told The Oregonian
that it is his understanding that Bennett is leaving but that nothing was final.
He went on to say that the quarterback was in the parking lot telling people goodbye.
Oregon Live caught up with him this afternoon, but Bennett basically gave them the "no comment".
Oregon quarterback Bryan Bennett says 'I don't know' when asked if he's leaving Ducks program bit.ly/SNOcil #goducks— oregonlive.com/ducks (@oregonliveducks) August 28, 2012
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