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Former Ole Miss quarterback Shea Patterson announced Monday afternoon that he will be transferring to Michigan.

Patterson went public with the news by tweeting out this message.

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Whether or not Patterson will be allowed to play for the Wolverines in 2018 is unclear at this time. Per CBSSports.com:
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There is still a question of whether or not Patterson will be eligible to play in 2018. While the NCAA announced all Ole Miss seniors could transfer without sitting out the requisite season, other players will have to appeal to the NCAA first. Should Patterson win his appeal, he'll be eligible to play in 2018. If not he'll have to sit out the season and won't be able to play until 2019, but no matter what happens, he'll have two seasons left to play.
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Tiger198879 months
I wouldn’t stick around that shite show either. With that said, can we hire Freeze as OC?
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Dalosaqy79 months
Stick 'em with a fork, the l'll bears are done.
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Pavoloco8379 months
Sorry Ole Miss fans, its gonna be a long freezing winter...
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Fearless_and_True79 months
Sell out lol
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BlackPawnMartyr79 months
Well Harbaugh finally has his QB. Should be interesting in the Big 10 next year.
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TKLSUMD79 months
Good. We will get to beat him in the 2019 Citrus Bowl when we finally play Michigan.
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lsutigermall79 months
So happy about this. Keep these tainted guys as far away from LSU as possible.
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OchoDedos79 months
Brother hired as 1st Waterboy
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TOSOV79 months
What position on the mich staff did his brother get?
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AtlantaLSUfan79 months
Family of gypsies.
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87BAMAGRAD79 months
Will he have to sit out next year?
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AlbertMeansWell79 months
No
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UFMatt79 months
Loyalty is a rarity these days.
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