The Washington Times - August 19, 2008, 08:03AM

OK, it’s the day after Decision Day. That means plenty of stories from the people who showed up for the Great Quarterback Announcement of 2008, and even some from those who didn’t.

Here’s my dead-tree edition story.


The Washington Post’s Eric Prisbell writes that Jordan Steffy‘s consistency in practice separated him from his fellow competitors.

Sandra McKee of the Baltimore Sun said the decision was all about the numbers.

The Baltimore Examiner’s Dave Carey has the basics on the selection.

In a break from QBs, Dan Greenberg of the Montgomery Gazette looks at the Galt family —- strength and conditioning coach Dwight Galt and his sons, tight end Tommy and defense end Deege.

—- Patrick Stevens