Job sharing OK, say Lopina and Lobbestael

KEVIN LOPINA AND Marshall Lobbestael tell the Kitsap Sun that splitting time behind center works well for them and that it also works just fine with the other 10 players on offense. After the season opener Saturday, in which both QBs completed the majority of his passes and neither threw a pic, they talk about job sharing.

CF.C senior correspondent Howie Stalwick, who doubles as a scribe for the Kitsap Sun, caught up with the Cougs' two QBs after the opening-day setback to Stanford and found harmony in the air. Via the crimson newswire, here's the scoop ...

LOPINA, LOBBESTAEL OK WITH JOB SHARE
One month of preseason practice did little to separate Kevin Lopina and Marshall Lobbestael in the eyes of Washington State's football coaches. After one game, there still doesn't appear to be much difference between the two quarterbacks. Lopina and Lobbestael played respectably but hardly spectacularly while running WSU's no-huddle offense in a 39-13 loss to Stanford on Saturday. FULL STORY at the Kitsap Sun.