Somebody explain this to me. McGloin is ranked 59th out of 119 QBs in the country (top 1/3) with a 136.0 QB rating. In the Big 10 he is sandwiched between Michigan's Denard Robinson (48th) and MSU's Kirk Cousins (51) on one side, and Nebrska's Martinez (71st) and Purdue's TerBush (72nd) just below him. He has a respectable 57.1% completion rate, with 5 TDs and 2 INTs. Bolden on the other hand is almost dead last ranking 118th out of 119 QBs with a 85.2 QB rating completing only 44.9% of passes for 1 TD and 4 INTs. Since we live in the United Sates of America, one of the few counties where pure merit is rewarded, it is only natural, ethical and fair that McGloin is the starting QB for Penn State while Bolden needs to try to earn his way into that spot through competition. But instead this fiery scrappy walk-on from Scranton is getting the shaft. And it is not fair to Bolden to reward poor play. Has the coaching staff and the world gone completely mad, or am I missing something?