Harvard's QB is a 24 year-old RM

It has been six years and Andrew Hatch is still looking for a starring role. Not that he didn’t have opportunities, dating to 2005 when he was a hot-shot quarterback out of Henderson, Nev., who committed to his Mormon faith when he enrolled at BYU.

But then the coach he wanted to play for was fired, and Hatch’s journey began, taking him to Harvard, to Chile for a Mormon mission, to life in the fast lane of the Southeastern Conference at LSU, and finally back to Harvard, where Hatch will start in tonight’s home opener against Holy Cross.

“He is a 24-year-old senior, kind of an interesting story,’’ understated Harvard coach Tim Murphy, who made a QB switch this week after incumbent starter Collier Winters suffered a torn labrum in a scrimmage.

Starting for LSU on a Saturday night in Baton Rouge, La., and starting for Harvard two years later on a Saturday night in Harvard Stadium? How many people can claim that daily double?

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