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Spring battle: Quarterback

LYLE MOEVAO

THE ENVISIONED QUARTERBACK COMPETITION this spring between Sean Canfield and Lyle Moevao will not happen, not with Canfield sidelined as he rehabs his shoulder. His absence gives Moevao a chance to stake a claim, and it will also give a window unto the future as a half-dozen Beaver field generals are expected to see time under center.

With Sean Canfield out, Lyle Moevao has 15 spring practice sessions to make an early case for the starting assignment. But barring something unexpected, the starting competition is expected to pick up again between the two in fall camp. Canfield tore his labrum in November but still came back to play in the Emerald Bowl. Offseason surgery, however, means he's out until June or July, if medical...

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