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March 4, 2011 at 1:53 PM

Poll — Who do you think will win the UW QB job in 2011?

Once, in a little lull on the blog, a reader wrote to wonder why I couldn’t just throw up a poll or two to fill in the gaps?

So, since I’m helping to cover spring training for 10 days, this might be a good time to pass the time with a few such polls.

And I figured I’d start out with the big question that looms over the Huskies in 2011 — who will be the QB? The two main candidates are obvious — sophomore Keith Price (using the years they will be in 2011) and redshirt freshman Nick Montana.

Price was the backup last year and started one game and has an edge in experience, and I’ve gone on record saying that as of today, I think that will be the difference in making him the starter come the opener on Sept. 3 against Eastern Washington.

But who knows? Maybe Montana will take a huge leap in the spring and fall and win the job, instead (I don’t think this is a battle that will be settled in the spring, fully expecting it to last into fall camp).

And just in case, I’ve thrown out the other possible oppportunities, as well — that they share the job, or that one of the newcomers (Derrick Brown, JC transfer Antavius Sims, who is likely to play primarily corner but will get at least a cursory look at QB) could get into the mix, as well.

So cast your vote, and use the comments section to explain your pick.

Who do you think will in UW’s QB job in 2011?customer surveys

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