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Don't Write off Zordich

Don't be surprised if it takes another week for Jeff Quinn to name his starting QB. Sophomore Alex Zordich is making the battle more interesting than might have been expected.

Experience weighed in favor of incoming QB Chazz Anderson when the University at Buffalo opened training camp. Anderson played for Quinn at Cincinnati and, as a fifth-year senior, scores high in the maturity department.

But Zordich was no less than Anderson's equal in Saturday's scrimmage and continued to get major reps in practice Monday. I'm guessing the Bulls will wait until after their second scrimmage this Saturday before making a firm commitment. I'm sure Quinn will lend more insight at Tuesday's media day.

Meanwhile, centers Jasen Carlson and Josh Violanti remain out along with linebacker John Syty. Graham Whinery remains at center.

-- Bob DiCesare

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Bob Dicesare

Bob DiCesare

Western New York native Bob DiCesare covers UB football, Big 4 basketball and writes an occasional column. He still holds a grudge against Chris Ford who, he's convinced, cost St. Bonaventure the 1970 NCAA basketball championship.

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Rodney McKissic

Rodney McKissic

Rodney McKissic began his journalism career in 1989 after graduating from the University of Cincinnati and has worked for The Buffalo News since 2001. A proud father of four children, he enjoys reading in his spare time.

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Amy Moritz

Amy Moritz

Amy Moritz, a native of Lockport, has covered colleges for The Buffalo News since 1999. She has a bachelor’s degree in journalism/mass communication from St. Bonaventure University and a master’s degree in humanities from the University at Buffalo. An endurance athlete, she has completed several triathlons, half marathons and marathons.

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