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Indiana Loses Star To NCAA Transfer Portal

Indiana Loses Star To NCAA Transfer Portal

Indiana Loses Star To NCAA Transfer Portal

Indiana lost a star to the NCAA Transfer Portal this week.

Quarterback Peyton Ramsey has revealed to the program that he will not be returning next year.

After Michael Penix Jr. won the starting Indiana job, Ramsey initially found himself as the odd man out.

Last season, Penix recorded 1,394 yards, 10 scores and four picks on 69 percent passing before being forced out with a shoulder injury.

Ramsey came in as his replacement and ended up recording 2,454 yards, 13 scores and four picks on 68 percent passing.

While Penix was a tad bit more accurate, Ramsey was the bigger dual threat – recording 252 yards and seven scores on the ground.

“Indiana quarterback Peyton Ramsey entered the transfer portal Monday,” reported 247Sports.

“Ramsey will be a graduate transfer at his next stop and will be immediately eligible to play.

“He’ll be among the most highly-sought after graduate transfer QBs on the market, joining a group that includes KJ Costello (Stanford), Anthony Brown (Boston College) and Chase Brice (Clemson).”

Illinois, Boston College and Wake Forest are all expected to show interest in Ramsey.

A final decision on where he will end up should come at some point in the next few weeks.

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