Redshirt senior Quentin Williams was named Bethune-Cookman’s starting quarterback for Saturday’s season-opening game at Miami, head coach Terry Sims announced.
Williams had been competing with redshirt sophomore Larry Brihm throughout fall camp, and Sims said both players could see playing time at various points throughout the season.
Williams started 11 games last season, completing 61.7 percent of his throws for 1,426 yards with seven touchdowns and seven interceptions. The Tampa native has made 26 career starts over three seasons.
“He came in and took charge of the offense,” Sims said. “He’s managed the game and made sure that he was making great decisions at all times. That’s what you want from your first-string quarterback.” Continue…