Found November 07, 2012 on Bearcats Blog:
The hottest question around the Cincinnati football program circles around the quarterback position. Munchie Legaux was pulled from last Saturday's game against Syracuse for Brendon Kay. Coach Butch Jones will not name a starter until later in the week. Being the curious mind that I am, I wanted to know what the other people who wrote about the Bearcats thought. I asked the man and Go Bearcats writer Paul Dehner Jr, Chris Bains from Bearcats Nation and Matt Opper from Down the Drive 6 questions about the quarterback position. They were gracious enough to answer them. In this time of America being divided politically, all the UC voices game together. The results were very good.  Questions in bold. PD is Paul Dehner, CB is Chris and MO is Matt.  First of all, who do you think should be the starting quarterback for the Bearcats against Temple?  PD: My gut says Brendon Kay. I think when Butch said he brought a spark and mentioned Monday that he showed important intan...
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