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Senior Isaiah Sanders is fighting for the starting quarterback job at Air Force in 2019.
STARS AND STRIPES
By BRENT BRIGGEMAN | The Gazette (Colorado Springs, Colo.) | Published: August 2, 2019
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (Tribune News Service) — Air Force football begins practice Friday with seven returning full-time starters on each side of the ball and a handful more who have started periodically in their careers.
Even among all that experiences, plenty of questions remain. Here are a few that will need to be answered before the opener against Colgate.
1. Who plays quarterback?
For the first time in at least six seasons, the Falcons will enter camp without a clear No. 1 quarterback — even if it maybe should.
Donald Hammond III won the job last year. Twice. He climbed past Arion Worthman and Isaiah Sanders after the first four games, then started in a dominant win over Navy. An injury the following week at San Diego State knocked him out for three weeks, and when Hammond returned he was behind Sanders until relieving him at halftime and sparking a comeback that fell short at Army. Hammond then started the final three games. In five games while Hammond was running the offense, Air Force’s attack avera
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