Marvin Gentry-USA TODAY Sports
Texas A&M quarterback Nick Starkel announced Tuesday night on Twitter that he will transfer to another program as a graduate transfer.

Starkel will graduate from Texas A&M this spring and will have two years of eligibility at another program.


This past season, Starkel played in only four games behind Mond, completing 15 of 22 passes for 169 yards with one touchdown. Mond threw for 3,107 with 24 touchdowns under first-year coach Jimbo Fisher.

During practices before the Aggies' 52-13 victory over NC State in the Dec. 31 TaxSlayer Gator Bowl, Fisher said he expected Starkel to return to Texas A&M this spring.

"We've had a few [conversations], and I anticipate him being back at spring practice," Fisher said.
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Aggie football...rats off a sinking ship
Reply8 months
College foots is getting like MLB. People on new teams every year.
Reply8 months
Whatever happened to the 4-year Scholly and Dance with the one who brung you.
8 months
Come on down!
Reply8 months
Good for him. This graduate transfer option with 2yrs potential is really beneficial for the QB position over any other. As it's harder for a qb to get playing time. Gives them an ability to mature, and then find a program to play at. Will be better for the NFL too. QB position needs/benefits from maturity/tenure more than any other position in the game.
Reply8 months
The QB position has become a game of musical chairs.
Reply8 months
Leave it Aggie to make "Football: The Musical"
8 months
aTm- QB Transfer U
8 months
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