Starting quarterback Ryan Cubit spoke with Broncos Illustrated following practice this week. He talked about the upcoming Toledo game, the state of the Bronco football team and his father Bill Cubit (offensive coordinator at Stanford, and formerly at Western Michigan) making a rare trip to see him play.
October 7, 2004
The race for starting quarterback started last spring as Ryan Cubit and Blayne Baggett vied for the spot Jon Drach and Chad Munson fought for the two previous years. With a few days left in fall camp Gary Darnell announced Baggett as the starter for the 2004 season and the race was over… or so we thought.
September 20, 2004
In the continuing series previewing the WMU football team position-by-position Broncos Illustrated takes a look at the quarterbacks. Who will start? Where does Alex Engram fit in? What problems from last season are they fixing? Read on for all the answers we can give.
August 19, 2004
He followed his father to Rutgers; he started at Quarterback as a freshman in 2001, and started only 4 games on a 1-11 team in 2002. Since then he has transferred to WMU, sat out a NCAA mandated year off, and now finds himself in spring drills at WMU in the midst of a tight battle for the starting job for the Broncos. Read on to find out what Cubit thinks of the team, the race for the starting job, and who he thinks will step up this fall.
March 22, 2004
With Chad Munson a senior and the depth chart muddled behind him, the Broncos added a quarterback to the roster this month with Ryan Cubit transferring from Rutgers. Cubit will sit out the 2003 season and have two years of eligibility remaining. We spoke with him about the transfer and why WMU was the destination.
January 27, 2003