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Brother says USF's Julmiste will start
By GREG AUMAN
Published September 2, 2006
TAMPA - Senior Pat Julmiste, whose 23 career starts match the most of any quarterback in the Big East, has held onto USF's starting job for the opener tonight against McNeese State, according to his brother.
Coach Jim Leavitt stayed silent Friday, as he has throughout camp as Julmiste and redshirt freshman Matt Grothe have battled.
But Julmiste's brother, Jean, a senior at Miramar High who is being recruited by USF, said Friday that his brother is starting. "He called us (Thursday) night and told us he would be starting," said Julmiste, scheduled to attend the game with his parents.
Leavitt had stated throughout camp that if his top quarterbacks were close, he would go with Julmiste's experience. He is one of four captains for tonight's game.
Leavitt has also said he expects both quarterbacks to play.
Julmiste started two games as a freshman in 2003 and all but two games over the past two seasons. He has 3,461 career passing yards and 16 touchdowns. He has nearly as many touchdowns rushing, 13, as passing.