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Kentucky's Mossakowski to transfer

Posted on: February 1, 2011 2:15 pm
 
Posted by Tom Fornelli

Here's a story that may temper your excitement or frustration with signing day tomorrow. It's important to remember that there are no sure things in college football. For instance, Ryan Mossakowski was a four-star recruit at quarterback out of Texas who chose to sign with Kentucky a few years ago. He then had to have surgery to repair the labrum in his throwing shoulder following high school, and redshirted his first season in Lexington.

Mossakowski then spent 2010 at third on the Kentucky depth chart behind Mike Hartline and Morgan Newton, and only saw time in mop-up duty this season, never getting the chance to throw a pass. Now, after coming to Kentucky with so much promise, Mossakowski has announced he'll be transferring from the school.

"This is something I've been thinking about for a while, even before the bowl game,"said Mossakowski. "I talked with the coaches and they said the job would be open in the spring and I'd have a chance to compete. I just had to make the decision that I thought was best for me. I really have to go somewhere where I know there's a 100 percent chance I'd get on the field.

"I have total respect for the coaching staff, and I'll still be good friends with all the players. I've really enjoyed it here. I just want to be somewhere where I know I'll get on the field."

Mossakowski says he's talked to his father and high school coach about some possible destinations, but he hasn't put together any kind of list.
Comments

Since: Feb 15, 2007
Posted on: February 2, 2011 12:12 am
 

Kentucky's Mossakowski to transfer

If the kid wanted to be 100% sure he'd be on the field, how in the world does he not even have a "list" of teams yet?  His father and high school coach are assisting him how exactly? 



Since: Dec 14, 2010
Posted on: February 1, 2011 7:43 pm
 

Kentucky's Mossakowski to transfer

if moss wants to be sure of getting on the field, he should transfer to a 1AA or division 2 school. several good qb's have done that.


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