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Arkansas redshirt sophomore quarterback Cole Kelley announced Monday that he will transfer out of the program. Kelley went public with his decision with this tweet:

Kelley appeared in nine games this season, throwing for 455 yards, five touchdowns, and five interceptions. He added 73 yards on 28 carries with three touchdowns on the ground. He began the season as Arkansas' starting quarterback but was replaced by Ty Storey just three weeks into the year.
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He could play in front of his homies at USL.
Reply31 months
Reply31 months
Uhhhh, "always a Hog" ? As you're packing your bags to de-Hog yourself ? Contradiction ?
Reply31 months
He's from Louisiana. He can't help it.
30 months
Once a Hog always a Hog? Apparently not.
Reply31 months
0-12 Pig Sue Wee. Loser program U. Bert Fat arse U
Reply31 months
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