BeaversEdge - BREAKING: Oregon State Lands Former Colorado QB Sam Noyer
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BREAKING: Oregon State Lands Former Colorado QB Sam Noyer

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Oregon State's quarterback competition just got a whole lot more interesting...

On Friday afternoon, former Colorado quarterback and Beaverton, Ore. native Sam Noyer announced that he had joined the fold for the upcoming 2021 campaign.

The 6-foot-4, 220-pounder immediately figures into the starting quarterback conversation as he's got one season of eligibility left and boasts significant experience.

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Noyer, who spent five seasons in Boulder from 2016 to '20, is coming off a senior year where he started all six games for the Buffs, leading them to a 4-2 record and a berth in the Alamo Bowl.

He threw for 1,101 yards and tallied six touchdowns against seven interceptions while completing 55% of his attempts. Additionally, he showcased dual-threat ability, recording six touchdowns and 208 yards on the ground.

He'll join a quarterback competition that features Tristan Gebbia, Chance Nolan, Ben Gulbranson, & Sam Vidlak entering fall camp.


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