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Nelson Chenault-USA TODAY Sports
Former UAB linebacker Jake Ganus tweeted out that he will be transferring to Georgia for his senior year:

The junior from Chelsea, Ala. led his team in tackles with 70 and finished second in all of Conference USA with 16.5 tackles-for-loss.

Ganus, like all UAB Football players that are transferring after the University shut down the program, will be eligible immediately.
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How do they take a big step back next year?
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Jake Ganus @jakeganus_4
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I'm so blessed and honored to be able to finish my college football career at The University of Georgia!! #DawgsOnTop

Sweet!
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UAT is a bunch of meanies :wah:
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A step back? GTFOH.
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Good for this young man. He can graduate from a big time SEC program and get his degree at UGA. Hope he gets playing time. I wish well for all these UAB players that got SCREWED.
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They need all the help they can get. Georgia takes a big step back next year unfortunately.
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