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12-2, 1st in Big 12
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5hJake Trotter

Sources: Sooners to OK Kendall transfer to WVU

Oklahoma, after initially blocking quarterback Austin Kendall from transferring to West Virginia, will allow the graduate student to play for the Mountaineers next season, sources say.

Looking ahead to 'Jalen's next journey' at Oklahoma (0:47)
Riley's future depends on Hurts' success (1:51)
Trotter: Hurts addition makes Oklahoma a playoff contender (0:42)
Kendall's transfer to WVU hitting a snag (0:47)

Doug Kezirian ESPN 

Oklahoma's championship odds are unchanged, following the Jalen Hurts news. Sooners are 16-1, which is 6th-lowest odds.

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

Hurts gives the Sooners and coach Lincoln Riley yet another high-impact transfer QB. Unlike Baker Mayfield and Kyler Murray, however, Hurts will be eligible immediately for the 2019 season, as a graduate transfer. And even though Mayfield and Murray won back-to-back Heismans, neither arrived in Norman with the experience or fanfare that Hurts will bring from his last three years with the Crimson Tide. His arrival instantly makes the Sooners a contender to reach the playoff for a fourth time in five years.

Alex Scarborough ESPN Staff Writer 

Alabama quarterback Jalen Hurts announced in a story on The Players Tribune that he will play his final season at Oklahoma. As a grad transfer, he's eligible immediately. The Sooners have produced back-to-back Heisman Trophy winners with transfer QBs (Baker Mayfield, Kyler Murray), and Hurts' skill set appears to fit Lincoln Riley's offense well. Hurts visited Oklahoma on Saturday, in addition to visits to Maryland on Friday and Miami on Sunday.

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12hJake Trotter

Sources: OU QB's potential transfer hits snag

Oklahoma is blocking quarterback Austin Kendall from being immediately eligible at West Virginia as a graduate transfer next season, sources told ESPN.


Bomani: 'I don't see the payoff for what MLB is trying with Kyler'

Bomani shares his thoughts on the cultural explosion that was Clemson's swift visit to The White House post-National Championship victory (0:38), Kyler Murray's decision between football and baseball (23:30) as well as why Marcus Peters is the only person who can save Atlanta from Saints fans (34:15). Plus, IYHH (41:25) and a midseason edition of #StillInTheLeague NBA (54:57).

Deion: Murray has to be fully invested in football (1:18)
Rex Ryan could see Cowboys taking a chance on Lincoln Riley (0:45)
Passan: 'It's going to take multiple millions' for Murray to pick MLB (2:03)
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6dAndrea Adelson

Top 10 nonconference matchups of 2019

The 2019 season is (sadly) eight months away, but the fans, and no doubt the players, are already looking forward to the biggest games of next season.

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5dAlex Scarborough

Alabama's Hurts visits Terps, Canes, Sooners

Crimson Tide QB Jalen Hurts, who is eligible to play elsewhere next season as a graduate transfer, visited the Terrapins on Friday and the Sooners and Hurricanes this weekend.

Alex Scarborough ESPN Staff Writer 

Alabama QB Jalen Hurts, who entered the transfer portal this week, is visiting Maryland and also plans to visit Miami this weekend, a source told ESPN. He's also expected to draw interest from Oklahoma. CaneSport.com was first to report the Miami visit. Miami hired former Alabama QB coach Dan Enos as its offensive coordinator today. Maryland coach Mike Locksley was Hurts' offensive coordinator at Alabama this past season.

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5dJake Trotter

Sooners QB Kendall puts name in transfer portal

Oklahoma Sooners quarterback Austin Kendall has entered his name in the transfer portal, the first step in potentially transferring to another school, a source confirmed to ESPN.

SVP: Murray could be saying 'bye-bye to baseball' (2:01)

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