Starting quarterback to backup quarterback hasn't changed Dustin Grutza. The soon to be fifth year senior from Maysville, Kentucky has not let any setbacks or changes make him feel any different about being a quarterback for the Bearcats.
Coming out of high school Grutza was known for passing for big yards in a spread offense and one can wonder what would he'd done if Brian Kelly was here from the beginning of his career.
Either way Grutza is as positive today as he was the first time Bearcat Insider spoke with him in the spring of 2005.
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