With Trey Anderson still injured, Pitt turns to Mark Myers as the backup (Photo by Justin K. Aller/Getty Images)
Not that it's going to matter unless Tino Sunseri succumbs to injury, but it looks like Mark Myers will again be the backup quarterback this week. That's because Trey Anderson still isn't ready to play.Head coach Todd Graham mentioned in his weekly press conference (top ten breakdown coming later today, by the way) that Anderson will remain out this week:
"In addition, a guy who was not available to us last week was Trey Anderson who is out with a wrist injury and he will continue to be out next week. It’s kind of a week-to-week deal with him. We have a long list of those players who are season-ending but Trey is not one of them."
Myers has been a topic of discussion this season and without the injury, it's not real likely we would have seen him as the backup. But regardless, if Tino needs spelled this week, we could get a look at him. That will likely only happen if Sunseri is injured as Graham has said before that he plans to stick with Sunseri for the rest of the season.