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Keith Ford, a former five-star running back who played at Oklahoma for the last two season, announced Thursday that he will transfer to Texas A&M. Per NewsOK.com:
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Ford’s commitment to the Aggies, which was first reported by GigEm247.com, was confirmed by Ford’s father.

Ford, from Cypress, Texas, started three games last season for the Sooners, rushing for 369 yards and five touchdowns. But he suffered a broken leg in an early-season win over Tennessee and when he returned, his carries were limited.
Ford will have two years of eligibility left after he sits out the the 2015 season.
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Did they mention he was suspended from the OU Team for Academics and violation of team rules.....but yeah Aggies again proving they will do anything they can to get tougher.
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Processed
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Best of luck to him. Welcome to Aggieland, Mr. Ford!
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Played with him in High school this kid is in no way a slacker he should do well for A&M
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Yeah, that's it. He was processed. Broken leg had nothing to do with his lack of playing time. Neither did Perine breaking the single game rushing record. Ford was obviously a slacker.
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Processed.
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