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Second-string QB a question mark

RJ Anderson (AP Photo/Kevin Rivoli, File)

For the first time since Donovan McNabb departed the SU hill following the 1998 season, there is no question who will be the starting quarterback for the Syracuse University Orangemen as they kick off the 2003 campaign against the University of North Carolina Tar Heels on September 6 at Chapel Hill.

It's no mystery that R.J. Anderson will get the starting nod. But what happens if Anderson goes down. Who is the backup? Four players will be battling for the backup spot this preseason. Sophomore Xzavier Gaines, who played in five games last season, and was a member of the 2003 National Champion Orangemen hoop team, has the most experience. Senior Darryl Kennedy was moved to quarterback in the...

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