STATE COLLEGE, Pa. – It's still a three-man race for the starting quarterback job at No. 19 Penn State.
The depth chart released Sunday ahead of next weekend's opener against Youngstown State listed sophomores Matt McGloin and Kevin Newsome along with freshman Robert Bolden on the first team.
They're trying to replace Daryll Clark, who has graduated.
The biggest surprise would be the emergence of the highly recruited Bolden, who has reportedly impressed in preseason camp. Newsome backed up Clark last year as a touted freshman, while McGloin is a former walk-on and third-stringer whose strength is his pocket presence.
Coach Joe Paterno is scheduled to speak Tuesday, when he will likely announce a starter.