by TD Staff ReporterSeptember 13, 2018
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Mississippi State wide receiver Jamal Couch will be transferring out of the program, according to multiple sources. School officials confirmed Thursday that Couch has been granted his release from the team. Per The Clarion Ledger:
STARKVILLE – Mississippi State junior wide receiver Jamal Couch requested and has been granted his release from the program, Mississippi State officials confirmed Thursday morning after the news was first reported by Genespage.com.
Couch intends to transfer to another school, but where he will transfer is not yet known.
Couch caught 18 passes for 304 yards during his two-year Bulldogs career. He had two touchdowns a season ago, but his decision to transfer likely stems from a lack of playing time in a crowded wide receivers group.
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