Charlie Brewer’s time at Utah has come to an end.
According to KSL, the former Baylor passer has left the Utes after only a few games. In response to Brewer’s decision, head coach Kyle Whittingham said, “Charlie has decided to move on and we wish him the best.” (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)
BREAKING: Charlie Brewer has left the @Utah_Football team according to head coach Kyle Whittingham:
“Charlie has decided to move on and we wish him the best.” pic.twitter.com/CtHZRHImyE
— KSL Sports (@kslsports) September 21, 2021
This is a bit of a surprising development for the Utah Utes. Brewer was supposed to be the guy after he transferred from the Baylor Bears.
While never a superstar for the Bears, he was more competent than your average QB. People thought he’d do well under Whittingham’s tutelage.
Now, after just a few games, he seemingly lost his spot on the team and he’s out the door. I have no idea where he’s going to land.
Utah announces QB Charlie Brewer has left the program after three games.
The Baylor transfer was benched in the Utes’ 3OT loss to San Diego State last Saturday
Cameron Rising will likely be the starter this week in Utah’s Pac-12 opener vs. Washington State pic.twitter.com/O4xweFN6Zm
— Bleacher Report CFB (@BR_CFB) September 21, 2021
At this point, there simply might not be a lot of other options on the table for him. How many coaches are going to welcome a guy who dipped from his latest program after just a few games?
That’s going to be a very tough sell!
We’ll see what happens, but don’t expect to see Brewer playing at a high level again.