After falling behind Jarret Doege and Austin Kendall on the WVU quarterback depth chart, it wasn’t a matter of if Jack Allison would transfer, but where he would transfer to.
On Wednesday afternoon, Allison announced that he would be staying in-state and playing his last season of college football at West Liberty University. Allison tweeted:
Excited to announce I’ll be playing my last year at West Liberty University! Can’t wait to start this next chapter in my life! Go Hilltoppers!
Excited to announce I’ll be playing my last year at West Liberty University! Can’t wait to start this next chapter in my life! Go Hilltoppers! pic.twitter.com/ktmxruVSlw
— Jack Allison (@jacka11ison_) February 5, 2020
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Congrats and good luck, Mr. Allison. Once a Mountaineer, Always a Mountaineer.
Oh and thanks for providing perhaps the most gif-able moment in WVU history while here:
Jack Allison to the transfer portal 🌀Let’s not forget his contribution to the program with this all-time gif. pic.twitter.com/xOfif5hqyq
— Cody Brown (@Mountaineer_88) November 5, 2019
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