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Former Baylor quarterback Zach Smith has found his new home to play college football. On Saturday afternoon, the sophomore signal caller announced on his Twitter account that he would be transferring to Tulsa.

Smith played in nine games this season, staring in six of them before Charlie Brewer took over for the remainder of the year after Smith suffered an injury. He finished 2017 with 1,451 passing yards to go with eight touchdowns and eight interceptions.

The former Grandview standout had announced back in December that he would be transferring from Baylor, looking for another opportunity to start at quarterback.

With Charlie Brewer and freshman commit Gerry Bohannon among those competing for the staring job in Waco next season, Smith was looking for his next opportunity and found it. Smith will have to sit out the 2018 season and will be eligible to play beginning in 2019.


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