West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen was hoping to find a starting quarterback during Saturday’s spring game.
Paul Millard and Ford Childress each had their moments during the game and tried to make a case to be the No. 1 guy. Millard threw touchdown passes of 10, 46 and 24 yards, while Childress connected with Jordan Thompson for a 65-yard scoring strike.
If you’re scoring at home and think you know who the starter will be in August, well, the spring game didn’t make matters any clearer.
But Holgorsen’s best option may have been on the sidelines. On Saturday, former Florida State quarterback Clint Trickett was in Morgantown as he looks for a new program.
Ex #FSU QB Clint Trickett is taking an official visit to #WVU this weekend, per source. He's eligible this fall.
— Bruce Feldman (@BFeldmanCBS) April 19, 2013
Trickett is familiar with WVU and Morgantown as he spent much of his youth in the city while his father, Rick, was the offensive line coach under Rich...