News:Ross Metheny completed 27-of-46 passes for 358 yards and two touchdowns Saturday at Louisiana-Lafayette.
Analysis:Ross Metheny has struggled for most of the season but he now has 12 touchdowns and 10 interceptions.
News:Ross Metheny completed 17-of-30 passes for 189 yards and a touchdown Saturday against Middle Tennessee State. He also threw three interceptions.
Analysis:Ross Metheny has struggled this season and should only be owned in Sun Belt-only leagues.
News:Ross Metheny completed 23-of-45 passes for 233 yards and a touchdown Saturday at North Texas.
Analysis:Ross Metheny was solid against the Mean Green, but he's only worth a roster spot in Sun Belt-only leagues.
News:Ross Metheny completed 17-of-37 passes for 251 yards and a touchdown Saturday against Florida International. He also threw two interceptions.
Analysis:Ross Metheny should only be owned in Sun Belt-only leagues.
News:Ross Metheny completed 21-of-41 passes for 211 yards and two touchdowns Saturday at Louisiana-Monroe. He also threw an interception.
Analysis:Ross Metheny is only worth a roster spot in Sun Belt-only leagues.
News:Ross Metheny completed 24-of-38 passes for 241 yards and three touchdowns Saturday at Arkansas State. He also threw an interception.
Analysis:Ross Metheny played well against the Red Wolves but he doesn't have much value in any leagues.
News:Ross Metheny completed 14-of-20 passes for 189 yards and a touchdown Saturday at North Carolina State. He also threw an interception.
Analysis:Ross Metheny came on in relief of C.J. Bennett and led South Alabama on its only scoring drive. Neither quarterback has much value.
News: Virginia head coach Mike London still isn't sure if quarterback Michael Rocco (ribs) will be able to start Saturday's game against Idaho.
Analysis: London did confirm freshman David Watford will start should Rocco not be able to go, which eliminates Ross Metheny (again) from this battle. A decision isn't expected to come until late Friday night or Saturday morning. We can only hope two things here: 1) that you don't need either to help you win and 2) London does the right thing, and lets Watford play from start to finish.
News: According to head coach Mike London, Virginia quarterback Michael Rocco was relieved Saturday because of a rib injury, which played a part in the signal caller's three interceptions against Southern Miss.
Analysis: Interestingly, Rocco denied being in any pain in the post game interview. Assuming he's healthy, London said Rocco will start this weekend against Idaho. If he can't go, freshman David Watford and Ross Metheny will engage in a short battle prior to a starter being named Thursday. Rocco has just one TD to seven INTs this season. Until Watford takes over - ignore Cavalier signal callers.
News: According to Virginia head coach Mike London, should newly annointed starting quarterback Michael Rocco falter, Ross Metheny is next in line for the bulk of snaps.
Analysis: London still asserts that freshman David Watford will play, but described his action as a "limited menu." I'm not buying this - Virginia's schedule lends itself to Rocco settling in nicely, and Watford should continue to have his "menu" increase.
News: Virginia released their depth chart today, and Michael Rocco will start at quarterback against William & Mary.
Analysis:Ross Metheny and hot shot frosh David Watford are listed as co-number 2's, so it will be interesting to see if Watford gets into the action early, or ends up redshirting. Rocco isn't the worst option in Week 1, but there are quite a few better.
News: A week into a four-headed battle, the Virginia quarterback race appears to be getting muddier by the day, as Michael Strauss and David Watford are closing the gap.
Analysis: Yuck, yuck and more yuck. The surrounding pieces are in place in Wahoo territory, but it's disheartening that there is even less clarity now than during spring. Nothing has changed here - Michael Rocco, Ross Metheny and at least one of the two names above will play this year. For Kris Burd's sake, pray they can all be competent.