Chris Ault is not happy with the Nevada Wolf Pack's quarterback situation.
"Our offense was stagnant," said Ault, referring to the Pack's 17-14 victory at San Jose State last Saturday. "And that all starts with the quarterback."
Tyler Lantrip started at San Jose State and played the entire game at quarterback, completing 11-of-21 passes for 112 yards and two interceptions. In two games this season he has completed 32-of-56 passes for 331 yards, one touchdown and four interceptions.
"Tyler's forte is throwing the ball and he has not thrown the ball well yet," Ault said. "He was inconsistent. If he's …