Clemson Loses Quarterback For 2020 Season
Clemson lost a quarterback for the 2020 season this week.
Backup passer Chase Brice announced on Thursday that he intended to pursue a graduate transfer.
After having redshirted at Clemson in 2017, he will have two years of eligibility remaining at his next locale.
Although Brice was obviously never going to start ahead of Trevor Lawrence, he still holds a place near and dear to Tigers fans hearts.
Reach heights, never reach limits.
God Bless, 7 pic.twitter.com/flhOkHS6y9
— Chase Brice (@chasebrice7) January 16, 2020
In 2018, shortly after quarterback Kelly Bryant announced he was transferring, Lawrence got hurt in a showdown against Syracuse.
Brice came in with Clemson trailing in the second half and went 7-of-13 for 83 yards.
A fourth-down conversion to Tee Higgins on the game-winning drive sealed the outing for the Tigers.
Brice’s Clemson career concludes with 1,023 yards, nine scores and four interceptions.
An announcement on where he will transfer to should come at some point in the next few weeks.