Oregon beginning quarterback Tyler Shough is searching for another home as the redshirt sophomore declared Friday on Twitter that he is entering the transfer portal. Effectively a three-year graduate with two (2) degrees, Shough will have three years of qualification remaining.
“I would like to thank my coaches at Oregon for the opportunity and many lessons learned these past three years. Huge thank you to the fans and Eugene community for welcoming me here and making this place special … I will always love and appreciate you guys,” Shough said. “Thank you to my teammates and brothers for making this place a home. I will forever cherish the bonds we have built together. Once a Duck, always a Duck.”
Shough acquired a difficult situation being the replacement to first-round pick Justin Herbert in a COVID-abbreviated season, yet in seven games, Shough tossed for in excess of 1,500 yards and 13 scores to seven interceptions while including another two scores the ground. By late in the year, however, Shough was parting time with Boston College move Anthony Brown, who played a significant role in the Ducks’ Fiesta Bowl misfortune to Iowa State.
Earthy colored has picked to get back to Oregon for the 2021 season, taking advantage of the NCAA grating athletes a free year of qualification because of the pandemic. Youthful blue-chip products Jay Butterfield and incoming freshman Ty Thompson could be in the mix also. Despite the fact that Shough, a previous four-star enroll, has entered the transfer portal, he actually has the option to get back to Oregon in the event that he so decides. Regardless of whether the school will clutch his scholarship will most likely play a role in that.
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