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SECCountry.com: Shea Patterson Reveals Big Goal Behind Choice to Leave Ole Miss for Michigan

Shea Patterson. Photo by Steven Gagliano

This story was originally published on SECCountry.com.

Shea Patterson is thinking big after announcing his transfer from Ole Miss to Michigan.
In a piece published by The Blade’s Kyle Rowland on Wednesday, the former Rebels quarterback explained his thought process behind announcing his decision to transfer Monday.
One of the driving forces behind his move? A chance to play for a national championship.
Here’s more from Rowland’s story:
Patterson makes good points. He entered Ole Miss as the No. 1 pro-style quarterback for the Class of 2016. With the Rebels not eligible for a bowl game next season, it’s not surprising to learn that he wanted to go to a place where he could compete for a title.
We’ll see if Patterson will be eligible next year. Usually, a player must sit out a season after transferring before being eligible to play. However, Patterson hopes the NCAA will grant his waiver because of Ole Miss’ circumstances with the program’s NCAA penalties.
Patterson threw for 3,139 yards with 23 touchdowns and 12 interceptions in parts of two seasons with the Rebels.

This story was originally written by SEC Country’s (Andrew Astleford)It was republished on HottyToddy.com with permission from Cox Media Group. 

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