On Friday, January 11, it was reported that the Oklahoma Sooners backup would be considering transfer options.
It's #TransferSZN in college football, with Austin Kendall becoming the latest standout player to enter his name into the NCAA transfer poll.
Reigning Heisman Trophy victor Kyler Murray has not announced that he is not returning to the Sooners but he is expected to either play professional baseball or enter the NFL Draft. Possibly Tate Martell of Ohio State or Jalen Hurts of Alabama?
Eric Bailey of the Tulsa World was first to report the news.
Kendall, who still has two seasons of eligibility, could either choose to transfer or come back to Norman.
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Why would Kendall - seemingly in line to be the Sooners' QB1 this spring - leave a program that just produced consecutive Heisman-winning quarterbacks?
Does this put Oklahoma in the market for a transfer quarterback of its own?
He completed 71 percent of his passes in 2018 for 122 yards and a touchdown in the 2018 season.
If Kendall does bolt, that leaves redshirt freshman Tanner Mordecai and incoming five-star recruit Spencer Rattler as the only quarterbacks on the roster.
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