Longtime Mississippi State QB Logan Burnett Joining Alabama As Graduate Transfer
© Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports
Longtime Mississippi State QB Logan Burnett had announced he was transferring to TCU following the 2019 season. However, he's changed his mind and will be heading to Tuscaloosa to play for Nick Saban and the Crimson Tide...

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“I’m looking at it as an academic first kind of thing,” Burnett said. “I’m not going to play at the next level and I’m looking to get a great education, make those great connections in an athletic department, with football coaches and experience (football) for one more season.”
(The Spun)
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19 Comments
The last time this happened The Pirate convinced the QB to start for him at Wash St and now he’s the starting QB for the Jags.
Reply9 days
“Longtime SEC QB” Such a weird way to refer to a grad transfer
Reply9 days
“I’m looking at it as an academic first kind of thing,” LOL.... that dude is chasing a ring. PERIOD!
Reply10 days
Probably more of a grad assistant hopeful. Show the coaches he knows football and start out under Saban after he graduates.
10 days
who?
Reply11 days
who?
Reply11 days
Longtime? Never heard of him
Reply11 days
Meet the pine
Reply11 days
Smart move to know you're not going pro. Look to "learn the process" and then join the coaching staff. I like this guy's thinking already!
Reply11 days
You look lost bub
11 days
Coaching connections is the key. Look for him to be a position coach in a couple of years. Smart kid for making the best choice.
Reply11 days
Never heard of her
Reply11 days
How old is this guy? Looks like he's in his late 20's or 30.
Reply11 days
Well it does say "longtime SEC QB"...
11 days
BS...you turn down the academics of TCU for Bama???
Reply11 days
If you want the inside track to coaching you do.
11 days
Academics? Maybe he should have went to Vanderbilt if that's what his priorities were.
Reply11 days
TFH
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It’s obvious you could not qualify on academics. Perhaps you should have GONE to class more
11 days
Who?
Reply11 days
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