Former Clemson QB Bryant transferring to Missouri

Has 1 year of eligibility remaining

Former Clemson QB Bryant transferring to Missouri
Clemson's Kelly Bryant breaks away from Auburn on Saturday, Sept. 9, 2017 in Clemson, S.C. (Travis Bell/SIDELINE CAROLINA) (Travis Bell)

CLEMSON, SC (AP) - Former Clemson starting quarterback Kelly Bryant says he'll play his final season at Missouri.

Bryant released a video on social media that ended with a player in a Missouri uniform and fans chanting "M-I-Z" for its nickname "Mizzou."

Bryant had visited several schools after he announced his transfer from Clemson because he was demoted as starting quarterback behind freshman Trevor Lawrence. Others he met with included Arkansas, Auburn, Mississippi State and North Carolina.

The 6-foot-3, 225-pound Bryant helped Clemson win an Atlantic Coast Conference title and reach the College Football Playoff in 2017. He started the first four games for Clemson this season before Lawrence took the starting job. Bryant was 16-2 as Clemson's starter. He threw for 3,263 yards, 15 touchdowns and nine interceptions the last two seasons.

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