Notre Dame's two-headed spring QB race features Pyne, Coan
By JOHN FINERAN Associated Press
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — There's competition once again in Notre Dame's quarterback room this spring.
Jack Coan, a fifth-year grad transfer from Wisconsin, and returning sophomore Drew Pyne have been splitting the first-team reps through the first four spring practices at Notre Dame.
The Fighting Irish is seeking a successor to Ian Book, who led the program to two College Football Playoff semifinal appearances in three seasons and a school-best 30-5 record as the starting quarterback.