OXFORD, Miss. (WTVA) – Ole Miss Quarterback Shea Patterson has announced he will transfer to the University of Michigan.
“Thank you to the wonderful people, teammates and coaches at Ole Miss. It is a special place and I will always have great memories of my experiences in Oxford,” he stated.
This comes after his season-ending injury in 2017 which led to backup quarterback Jordan Ta’amu leading the Rebels to several wins.
Patterson was one of the Rebels’ prized recruits for the 2016 recruiting class.
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