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ESPN's Pete Thamel reports that former Arizona State and Notre Dame quarterback Drew Pyne is transferring to Missouri.

Pyne is expected to enroll this summer and have three years of eligibility remaining. Per ESPN:

Pyne will enter the 2024 season as one of the SEC's most productive backup quarterbacks. He has thrown for 2,530 career yards, with 11 starts. While at Notre Dame, he went 4-1 against AP Top 25 teams. In 2022, he threw for 22 touchdowns with six interceptions while completing 64.6% of his passes.

Injuries marred his only season at Arizona State in 2023, as he played in just two games, including a lone start against USC, and completed 49 passes. He had emerged in camp as the favorite to start, but his season quickly got derailed by injuries and didn't play again after throwing for two touchdowns against the Trojans on Sept. 23.

After the season, he entered the NCAA transfer portal and made the unusual, academic-based decision to return to Notre Dame to finish his degree in American studies, with a minor in business economics.

He called the semester back at Notre Dame "a good little recharge."
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