TULSA, Okla. (AP) - One of four quarterbacks competing for the
starting position on the University of Tulsa football team has
decided to transfer.
Tulsa head coach Todd Graham announced today that sophomore
quarterback Clark Harrell told him he would likely leave for an
NCAA Championship Subdivision or Division II school.
Harrell was competing with senior David Johnson, junior college
transfer Jacob Bower and Texas transfer G.J. Kinne.
Harrell came to TU from Ennis High School in Texas, where he
threw for 3,924 yards as a senior. He sat out the 2006 campaign for
the Golden Hurricane and saw action in two games last year.
Harrell completed 10-of-13 passes for 166 yards and two
touchdowns in the spring game.
He says leaving the school was a hard decision because he loves
the coaches and his teammates.
Graham says coaches think the world of Harrell and wish him the
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