Justin Holman watched UCF's loss to Stanford from the sidelines Saturday night, and it seems that will be his view for the next two to four weeks as he recovers from a hand injury, head coach George O'Leary said at Monday's press conference.
The starting quarterback took a helmet to his throwing hand in the first quarter, leaving true freshman Bo Schneider — and then redshirt freshman Tyler Harris — to take his place. O'Leary confirmed Monday that, moving forward, Schneider will start in the quaterback position.
"We put two young quarterbacks out there. For their first time out, you have to simplify everything, obviously, with them, but I think they did a decent job," O'Leary said. "I think the dropped passes affected Bo in terms of moving the chains and getting stuff done."
And as Schneider's UCF football career begins, offensive lineman Joey Grant's has come to an end. With his shoulder aggravated again, the graduate student will focus on his academics.
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