Quarterback Grant Rohach passed for 171 yards Saturday in Iowa State's spring game.
AMES, Iowa (AP) - Grant Rohach made a strong case for himself in Iowa State's spring game Saturday in the Cyclones' seemingly annual competition for the starting quarterback job.
Rohach outshone Sam Richardson and Joel Lanning on a warm, windy day, completing 22 of 38 passes for 171 yards and two interceptions. He led three scoring drives -- two touchdowns and a field goal -- and scored one of the TDs himself from 8 yards out on a nifty read option.
With two more spring practices remaining, coach Paul Rhoads said no decision has been made on a starter.
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