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A new season of college football on the horizon (we hope anyway) carries a new set of QB questions. Here's what we want to know.
- Ole Miss picks up Mississippi State transfer Jones
- QB Thompson transfers from Miss. St. to Virginia
- SEC commish: League unity not needed in 2020
- DL who criticized Leach meme transferring to FSU
Jarrian Jones is switching sides in the Egg Bowl rivalry as the defensive back is transferring to Ole Miss from Mississippi State.
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Former Mississippi State quarterback Keytaon Thompson, who saw action in 20 games in three seasons with the Bulldogs, will join Virginia as a graduate transfer.
SEC commissioner Greg Sankey hopes for unity among the FBS conferences when it comes time to resume football activities, but he acknowledged that "there is room for different conferences to make different decisions."
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Mississippi State defensive lineman Fabien Lovett, who criticized Bulldogs coach Mike Leach's tweet that showed a meme of a woman knitting a noose for her husband during self-quarantine, announced on Monday that he is transferring to Florida State.
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Mississippi State athletic director John Cohen issued a statement Tuesday in response to Mike Leach's controversial tweet last week, saying there is a plan to provide the football coach with opportunities to "expand his cultural awareness of Mississippi."
Defensive lineman Fabien Lovett, who responded to coach Mike Leach's now-deleted controversial tweet on Thursday, said he has entered the transfer portal and has three years of eligibility remaining.
Mike Leach said "he had no intention of offending anyone" when he posted a meme of a woman knitting her husband a noose during self-quarantine.
Quarterback Sawyer Robertson, ranked No. 51 overall in the ESPN Junior 300, chose Mississippi State on Tuesday, giving new coach Mike Leach one of his first big commitments. Robertson is also set to join the Bulldogs baseball team.
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