The revolving door that is the Cal State Northridge quarterback position continued to spin out of control Saturday night, its instability contributing to a 27-12 loss to Weber State.
In place of Coley Kyman, who suffered a season-ending injury in last week’s season-opening loss to San Diego State, quarterbacks Clayton Millis and J.J. O’Laughlin were intercepted three times. One of the interceptions was returned for a touchdown and the other two led directly to touchdowns.
“The quarterbacks contributed, but the whole offense was out-of-sync,” Northridge Coach Bob Burt said. “When your leader is new
O’Laughlin, finished with 16 completions on 27 attempts for 165 yards. Millis completed eight passes on 22 attempts for 64 yards.
“We will be a helluva lot better on offense next week than we were this week,” Burt said.