This article says there must be something bad in the water in Southeren California relative to college quarterbacks and their recent lack of success in the NFL. The article states "Since Elway (and even fellow Hall of Fame quarterback Warren Moon of Hamilton High in Los Angeles before him), the quarterbacks from that region have been little more than a series of flops. While Carson Palmer, Alex Smith and Randall Cunningham have had solid careers in the pros, they are the best of an otherwise sad group."
11Wers' what do you think the reason is?
As an aside, with more pro teams receptive to spread-type QB's, could tOSU start to become a kind of "Quarterback U"?