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  University of Utah graduate transfer quarterback Charlie Brewer attempted over 1,300 passes across 44 games for Baylor from 2016-19. The other four Utes quarterbacks available during spring practice are freshmen, with a combined zero collegiate snaps between them. Taking all of that information into account as Utah finishes up its second week of spring ball, it stands to reason that Brewer would seize early control of a quarterback competition that will surely drag into the summer. After Kyle Whittingham spoke on the matter Friday morning, that assumption would be correct. "First of all, Charlie Brewer is quite a bit ahead of everybody else," the 17th-year Utah head coach said on a Zoom call with reporters. "The other four are freshmen, that's to be expected. Charlie's a senior with a lot of experience under his belt. The other four guys have almost no Division I experience, so that's no surprise to us. That's how things are unfolding to this point." Brewer may be ahead of everyone else, but all of Whittingham's quarterback options are not yet available, which is why this competition will eventually move to fall camp. - Salt Lake Tribune

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