Former Clemson QB Kelly Bryant transferring to Missouri

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Bryant is expected to replace graduating senior Drew Lock under center for Missouri.

Former Clemson QB Kelly Bryant transferring to Missouri

Bryant is expected to replace graduating senior Drew Lock under center for Missouri.

Kelly Bryant is heading to Missouri.

The former Clemson quarterback announced Tuesday he was committing to the Tigers’ program and Missouri confirmed his transfer Thursday.

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The graduate transfer chose Missouri over Arkansas, Auburn, Mississippi State and North Carolina, according to 247Sports.

Bryant guided Clemson to a spot in the College Football Playoff in 2017, completing 65.8 percent of his passes while registering 24 total touchdowns for the season.

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But Bryant announced he was transferring shortly after he lost his starting spot to freshman Trevor Lawrence in late September. He threw two touchdowns and one interception in his four games in 2018.

Bryant is expected to replace graduating senior Drew Lock under center for Missouri. The Tigers have tallied an 8-4 record this season and will face Oklahoma State in the Liberty Bowl on Dec. 31.

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