Idaho State down to its 3rd-string QB when Bengals face No. 2 Montana Saturday
POCATELLO, Idaho (KIFI) - When the Idaho State Bengals suit up Saturday afternoon at Holt Arena against No. 2 Montana, ISU will do it with 3rd-string quarterback Sagan Gronauer under center.
That's because Hunter Hays suffered an ankle injury over the weekend at Northern Colorado that will hold him out this Saturday. Starting quarterback Tyler Vander Waal is still recovering from a broken collarbone.
Head Coach Charlie Ragle says having the third-string QB in this early in the season is an unfortunate predicament for his team.
"Got complete confidence in Sagan," Ragle said. "It has nothing to do with him, but it's a terrible hand to be dealt in the fifth game."
Kickoff Saturday is set for 1:00 p.m. between the Bengals and the Grizz.