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MGB breaking news -- Alabama QB Alec Morris intends to transfer to UNT

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Just now, ShiftyFive said:

He just graduated.

Which means he plays right away....YESSSSSSSIRRR!

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Very simply he will be the most talented QB prospect UNT has had in a long long time. Given Littrells O, I can see the appeal to come in as a QB and hopefully put up enough numbers to get a look from someone (either as a QB or as a potential Grad assistant on an AirRaid O).

 

This is a major get and UNT now has a QB to start putting prices around 

 

 

 

 

 

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