Posted by ESPN.com's Heather Dinich
Let's keep it real.
By a lot.
While Al Groh and his Secret Society of Quarterbacks have spent all summer making sure the Cavaliers' starter for their Aug. 30 season opener against Southern California remains a mystery, one thing remains certain -- none of them have the starting experience of USC's quarterbacks.
And Sanchez only has three starts.
His backup, third-year sophomore Mitch Mustain, started eight games two years ago as a freshman at Arkansas.
Groh's options include Peter Lalich, a sophomore who played in eight games last season behind Jameel Sewell; Scott Deke, who hasn't thrown a pass in a college game, or Marc Verica, who hasn't seen the field on a Saturday yet.
The only way something crazy in this game happens is if USC looks past Virginia to Ohio State.