Tanner Trosin’s career didn’t develop the way he envisioned, but he said he has no regrets. When Cal Poly offered him a scholarship after his record-setting season of 2011, The Bee’s Offensive Player of the Year jumped on it. But Trosin was one of four quarterbacks for a program that runs more than it throws. So Trosin came home.
Tanner Trosin’s career didn’t develop the way he envisioned, but he said he has no regrets. When Cal Poly offered him a scholarship after his record-setting season of 2011, The Bee’s Offensive Player of the Year jumped on it. But Trosin was one of four quarterbacks for a program that runs more than it throws. So Trosin came home. Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com
Tanner Trosin’s career didn’t develop the way he envisioned, but he said he has no regrets. When Cal Poly offered him a scholarship after his record-setting season of 2011, The Bee’s Offensive Player of the Year jumped on it. But Trosin was one of four quarterbacks for a program that runs more than it throws. So Trosin came home. Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com

Hometown Report: After detour, Tanner Trosin back in (smaller) spotlight

November 28, 2014 04:59 PM

UPDATED November 29, 2014 08:26 AM

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