Hawaii's quarterbacks seem to be dropping like flies, as it was announced Taylor Graham broke his foot in last night's win over Wyoming.
The Senior transfer from Ohio State started his first game of the season after taking first team reps all week in practice, and wasn't doing a terrible job at guiding the UH offense. Graham left the game with 9/17 passing for 108 yards and a score, while leading the 'Bows on two scoring drives in the first half. Depending on how severe the injury is, Graham's career at Hawaii could be over. In his two years at Hawaii, he has appeared in eight games while making just four starts in his career, with a shoulder injury keeping him out for most of the 2013 season.
It would seem this team is back in the hands of Ikaika Woolsey, who went 8/9 for 173 yards and two touchdowns in the second half of the Warriors 38-28 comeback win against the Cowboys. Despite his previous inconsistencies, Woolsey was able guide this offense effectively down the field and most likely win his job as starting quarterback back.
So where does Graham's injury leave us in terms of quarterback depth? Well, the cupboard is looking pretty bare. Outside of Woolsey, you have two true freshmen in Beau Reilly and Eric Prater who were most likely going to be redshirted this year, but with injuries to both Graham and Jeremy Higgins, we may see one of them under center if Woolsey can't replicate last night's performance the rest of the year.