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Spring ball Day 6: QB picture getting clearer

GARY ROGERS

UNLIKE LAST MARCH, Alex Brink is established as the Cougs' field general. But the No. 2 and 3 spots were less secure with Gary Rogers, Cole Morgan, and Arkelon Hall battling it out this spring. But a little over a week into the session, the depth chart behind Brink is coming into focus, says coach Timm Rosenbach. Meanwhile, more bad news plagues the offensive line protecting those QBs -- yet another o-lineman goes down with a broken hand. And another starter's spring ends before it begins.

Colin Donovan, the 6-7, 284-pound sophomore tackle out of Superior, Mont., broke his hand in Tuesday's practice. A return timetable wasn't immediately available, with the injury likely to be reevaluated by the medical staff and more known in a few days. The loss of Donovan to an already weakened offensive line is just one of a startling number of injuries plaguing the Cougars this spring...

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