Nov 14, 2020; Lubbock, Texas, USA;  Texas Tech Red Raiders quarterback Alan Bowman (10) calls signals in the second half in the game against the Baylor Bears at Jones AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Michael C. Johnson-USA TODAY Sports

Ex-Texas Tech QB Alan Bowman transfers to Michigan

Former Texas Tech quarterback Alan Bowman is transferring to Michigan, he announced Sunday.

“Lets get to work!! #GoBlue,” he captioned a photo he posted on Twitter that showed him wearing a Michigan uniform.

A graduate transfer, he’ll be eligible to play immediately, and he has three years of eligibility remaining.

The arrival of a veteran quarterback should be welcome news to coach Jim Harbaugh.

Joe Milton, who started the 2020 season as Michigan’s quarterback, entered the transfer portal 10 days ago, becoming the second QB to leave the program. Dylan McCaffrey opted out of the 2020 season and since transferred to Northern Colorado, where he’ll play for his father, former NFL receiver Ed McCaffrey.

Bowman becomes the fourth scholarship quarterback on Michigan’s roster, joining Cade McNamara, redshirt freshman Dan Villari and incoming freshman J.J. McCarthy, a five-star prospect in the Class of 2021.

Bowman played in 19 games over three seasons with the Red Raiders. He was the starter for four games in 2020, then replaced by transfer Henry Colombi. A partially collapsed lung in 2018 limited him to eight games, and he played in three games in 2019 before taking a redshirt after suffering a shoulder injury.

At Texas Tech, Bowman had a 67 percent completion rate, throwing for 5,254 yards with 33 touchdowns and 17 interceptions.

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Nov 27, 2020; Iowa City, Iowa, USA; Nebraska Cornhuskers quarterback Luke McCaffrey (7) runs the ball as Iowa Hawkeyes defensive back Kaevon Merriweather (26) gives chase during the first quarter at Kinnick Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jeffrey Becker-USA TODAY Sports

Ex-Nebraska QB Luke McCaffrey transferring to Louisville

Former Nebraska quarterback Luke McCaffrey announced Monday he is transferring to Louisville.

“Excited to continue my athletic and academic career at the University of Louisville. Go Cardinals!” he posted on Twitter.

As a redshirt freshman in 2020, he played in seven games with two starts for the Cornhuskers. He completed 48 of 76 passes for 466 yards with one touchdown and six interceptions and rushed 65 times for 364 yards and three scores.

McCaffrey is the brother of star Carolina Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey and the son of longtime NFL wide receiver Ed McCaffrey.

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Oct 26, 2019; Pittsburgh, PA, USA;   Miami Hurricanes quarterback N'Kosi Perry (5) passes against the Pittsburgh Panthers during the third quarter at Heinz Field. Miami won 16-12. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

Report: Miami QB N’Kosi Perry enters transfer portal

Miami’s N’Kosi Perry entered the NCAA transfer portal, becoming the second Hurricanes quarterback to do so in the past four weeks, multiple outlets reported Wednesday.

Tate Martell previously put his name in the portal.

The move by Perry was expected. Coach Manny Diaz said two weeks ago that Perry would remain enrolled at Miami to finish the three classes he needed to graduate but wouldn’t take part in spring practice.

Perry was 6-3 as a starter in the 2018-19 seasons and backed up D’Eriq King in 2020. He replaced King in the Dec. 29 Cheez-It Bowl — a 37-34 loss to Oklahoma State — when the starter suffered a knee injury. Perry completed 19 of 34 passes for 228 yards and two touchdowns.

King has said he will return for his final season of eligibility in 2021.

Perry, a Florida native, signed with Miami as a four-star prospect in the Class of 2017. He was ranked as the No. 7 dual-threat quarterback in the class by the 247Sports composite.

He leaves Florida having thrown for 2,484 yards and 24 touchdowns with 10 interceptions. He added 217 rushing yards and three touchdowns.

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Jan 2, 2021; Glendale, AZ, USA;   Oregon quarterback Tyler Shough (12) throws passes before the Fiesta Bowl game against Iowa State at State Farm Stadium.  Mandatory Credit: Patrick Breen-USA TODAY Sports

Oregon starting QB Tyler Shough to transfer

Oregon starting quarterback Tyler Shough announced Friday that he’s entering the transfer portal.

“I would like to thank my coaches at Oregon for the opportunity and many lessons learned these past three years,” Shough posted to Twitter. “Huge thank you to the fans and Eugene community for welcoming me here and making this place special. … 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 entered Oregon as the seventh-ranked pro-style quarterback in the Class of 2018. As a redshirt sophomore, he took over for Justin Herbert in 2020 and started seven games. The Ducks were 4-3.

Shough completed 63.5 percent (106 of 167) of his passes for 1,559 yards, connecting for 13 touchdowns and throwing six interceptions. He ran 66 times for 271 yards and two scores, and he was the Pac-12 leader in passer efficiency at 160.38.

He struggled to end the season, including in the Fiesta Bowl, when he was benched in favor of Anthony Brown for part of the game and finished with just 79 yards passing and an interception.

Shough already earned two degrees at Oregon and will have three years of eligibility remaining as a grad transfer.

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Oct 30, 2020; College Park, Maryland, USA;    Maryland Terrapins linebacker Chance Campbell (44) reacts after the play during the fourth quarter against the Maryland Terrapins A  quarter at Capital One Field at Maryland Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

Ex-Maryland LB Chance Campbell transfers to Ole Miss

Linebacker Chance Campbell is transferring from Maryland to Ole Miss in a move that reunites him with former Terrapins head coach DJ Durkin.

Campbell, a junior in line to graduate this May, revealed the news on social media Monday.

“Excited for the next step!” Campbell posted on his Twitter account in announcing the move.

Campbell will again play for Durkin, who was fired by Maryland in October 2018 after a 10-week investigation that followed the death of tackle Jordan McNair during summer workouts. Durkin is entering his second season as Ole Miss’ co-defensive coordinator and linebackers coach.

Campbell was named All-Big Ten honorable mention for the 2020 season after posting team highs with 42 tackles and 5.5 tackles for loss. He registered a career-best 1.5 sacks last season.

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Nov 21, 2020; University Park, Pennsylvania, USA; Penn State Nittany Lions quarterback Will Levis (7) warms up while wearing a mask prior to the game against the Iowa Hawkeyes at Beaver Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports

Ex-Penn State QB Will Levis transfers to Kentucky

Former Penn State quarterback Will Levis is transferring to Kentucky.

Levis made the announcement Friday on social media. He said last month that he would be leaving the Nittany Lions after he had more rushing than passing attempts in his career.

As a graduate transfer, he is eligible to play immediately and is expected to compete with Joey Gatewood and Beau Allen in Lexington for the starting job.

In two seasons at Penn State, he appeared in 15 games with two starts. He completed 61 of 102 pass attempts for 644 yards with three touchdowns and two interceptions. He caried the ball 133 times for 473 yards and six touchdowns.

With the Nittany Lions, he was unable to snatch the starting role from Sean Clifford, who won the job before the 2019 season as Trace McSorley’s replacement.

A member of the Class of 2018, he will be a redshirt junior.

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Aug 24, 2019; Orlando, FL, USA; Miami Hurricanes quarterback Tate Martell (18) works out prior to the game at Camping World Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Ex-Ohio State, Miami QB Tate Martell to transfer again

Miami quarterback Tate Martell is in the transfer portal again.

The former four-star recruit began his collegiate career at Ohio State before transferring to the Hurricanes prior to the 2019 season.

After Houston transfer D’Eriq King won the starting job for Miami last July, Martell opted out of the 2020 season.

He was a four-star recruit from powerhouse Bishop Gorman in Las Vegas and was ranked by the 247Sports composite as the No. 2 dual-threat quarterback in the nation in the Class of 2017.

He redshirted at Ohio State in 2017 and sat behind Dwayne Haskins in 2018, appearing in three games. He completed 23 of 28 passes for 269 yards and a touchdown and added two scores on the ground.

Martell appeared in five games for the Hurricanes in 2019, completing one pass for 7 yards and rushing seven times for 7 yards.

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Nov 27, 2020; Iowa City, Iowa, USA; Nebraska Cornhuskers quarterback Luke McCaffrey (7) in action against the Iowa Hawkeyes at Kinnick Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jeffrey Becker-USA TODAY Sports

Nebraska QB Luke McCaffrey enters transfer portal

Luke McCaffrey, a redshirt freshman quarterback at Nebraska, entered his name in the portal on Tuesday. He joins his older brother, Dylan, who opted out of the 2020 season at Michigan and entered the transfer portal last week. Dylan McCaffrey also plays quarterback.

Luke McCaffrey is expected to attend classes at Nebraska this semester.

“After struggling with this decision for weeks, I have decided to enter the transfer portal and explore my options,” he wrote Tuesday on Twitter. “I am thankful for the support Nebraska fans have shown me. I have so much love for my coaches and teammates from my time here. I am excited for the future.”

During the 2020 season, Luke McCaffrey played in seven of Nebraska’s eight games, starting two. He connected on 48 of his 76 passes for 466 yards and one touchdown but threw six interceptions. He ran for 364 yards and three scores.

Luke McCaffrey is the youngest of former NFL wide receiver Ed McCaffrey’s four sons. His older brother, Christian, is an All-Pro running back with the Carolina Panthers.

McCaffrey’s departure could force Nebraska coach Scott Frost to turn to the transfer portal to find an experienced quarterback to compete with Adrian Martinez, who started the other six games in 2020.

–Field Level Media

Nov 14, 2020; Lubbock, Texas, USA;  Texas Tech Red Raiders quarterback Alan Bowman (10) calls signals in the second half in the game against the Baylor Bears at Jones AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Michael C. Johnson-USA TODAY Sports

Texas Tech QB Alan Bowman to transfer

Texas Tech quarterback Alan Bowman announced Friday that he will transfer.

As a graduate transfer, he will be eligible to play immediately with another program.

Bowman played in 19 games over three seasons with the Red Raiders. He was the starter for four games in 2020, then replaced by transfer Henry Colombi. A partially collapsed lung in 2018 limited him to eight games, and he played in three games in 2019 before taking a redshirt after suffering a shoulder injury.

“I have decided to enter the transfer portal as a graduate transfer with 3 years of eligibility remaining,” he posted to Twitter on Friday. “I will forever be a proud alumnus of Texas Tech University and will always cherish the memories I’ve made here. I cannot wait to see where this journey takes me next.”

Bowman ends his Red Raiders career with a 67 percent pass-completion rate, throwing for 5,254 yards with 33 touchdowns and 17 interceptions.

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Oct 10, 2020; Dallas, Texas, USA; Oklahoma Sooners wide receiver Charleston Rambo (14) celebrates the win against the Texas Longhorns with fans after the Red River Showdown at Cotton Bowl. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Dieb-USA TODAY Sports

WR Charleston Rambo transferring from Oklahoma to Miami

Former Oklahoma wide receiver Charleston Rambo announced Tuesday he is transferring to Miami.

“To my teammates, we made memories together that we will cherish forever and I thank you all for helping me be as successful as I could be here and will be forever be thankful,” he posted on Twitter. “With that being said, I have decided to transfer to The University of Miami to close out this chapter of my collegiate career and move forward into the next chamber of my life.”

Rambo caught 76 passes for 1,180 yards and nine touchdowns in three seasons with the Sooners, including 25 receptions for 312 yards and three scores in nine starts in 2020.

The 6-foot-1, 175-pound Rambo was a four-star recruit in the Class of 2017, ranked as the No. 27 wide receiver in the nation by the 247Sports Composite.

–Field Level Media