Although Trevor Knight failed to win the starting quarterback position, he still holds the respect of the his fellow teammates. Now a team captain for the second consecutive season, Knight takes on a bit of a different role as the backup quarterback.
The quarterback has started fifteen games over the course of his young career. Plagued by injury, most fans will remember Knight for a single post season outing. In this most memorable performance, Knight dismantled a vaunted Alabama Crimson Tide defense throwing for four touchdowns and 348 yards on 34-44 passing attempts. The effort earned him the title of Sugar Bowl MVP.