QB Joe Burrow leaving Ohio State as graduate transfer

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Burrow will be a graduate transfer with two years left and eligible to play immediately.

Because he graduated from Ohio State on Sunday, the dual-threat quarterback can transfer as a graduate student and play immediately.

Ohio State University quarterback Joe Burrow announced Tuesday via social media he is leaving the Buckeyes.

Burrow backed up J.T. Barrett in 2016, but he was knocked out of the race to be Barrett's backup last August when he broke a bone in his hand during preseason practice.

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While the Buckeyes have yet to announce the starter for 2018, Burrow's plans to transfer would appear to back up the speculation that Haskins will be the team's No. 1 quarterback. On top of Haskins, Ohio State also has Tate Martell on the depth chart, meaning they were stacked with three excellent QB options. In his past two seasons at Ohio State, Burrow attempted only 39 passes.

Florida, Nebraska, UCLA and OH have also been mentioned as potential landing spots for Burrow.

"I love Joe Burrow", Meyer told ESPN's Marty Smith after the spring game.

Meyer said during spring practice that he would try to give Burrow an assessment of his chances to be the starter at the end of spring so the quarterback could make a decision about his future. "I know I'm a pretty darn good quarterback, and I want to play somewhere". However, Haskins' spring performance displayed his need for fine-tuning his touch on deep balls, completing just two of his eight pass attempts over 20 yards.