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Spencer Sanders transfers to Ole Miss: Former Oklahoma State starter joins loaded quarterback room

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Former Oklahoma State starting quarterback Spencer Sanders moves to senior Ole Miss announced on twitterBy committing to the Rebels under coach Rain Kiffin, Saunders joins a packed quarterback room that includes incumbent starter Jackson Dart and former four-star prospect Walker Howard. Just transferred from LSU this week. Sanders Entered the transfer portal Also Considered Auburn on December 5th After 4 Years as a Signal Caller for the Cowboys According to ESPN.

“Whether the room is full or not, I’m going to come in and tail them either way,” Sanders said. told 247 Sports“That’s my mindset. I’ve always had this mentality of competing, driving, striving for better. I’ve never shied away from competition. I’m not going to start now.”

Sanders threw for 9,553 yards, 67 touchdowns, and 40 interceptions in 43 games for Oklahoma State, adding 1,956 yards and 18 touchdowns on the ground. He was named to the All-Big 12 first team in 2021 after throwing for 2,839 yards, rushing for 668 yards and scoring 26 touchdowns (20 passes).

His career achievements will be put to the test at Oxford. Darts is an up-and-coming junior who threw for 2,974 yards, rushed for 614 yards and scored 21 total touchdowns in Ole’s first year as a miss starter. Howard is a redshirt freshman, eligible for his four years remaining, and last season with the Tigers he appeared in two games. Among them was a 63-7 victory over Citrus in a bowl against Purdue, where he achieved 7 yards on 2 of 4 passes in the mop-up duties. .

But Dart’s 11 interceptions were cause for concern. Did that disparity in the passing game lead to Kiffin jumping headfirst into the transfer quarterback market? Whatever fueled the spree, it’s no exaggeration to say that Kiffin is creating a “hunger game” for prominent college quarterbacks. Howard still has plenty of credentials left, so sitting behind Dart and Sanders and learning the system in preparation for getting his first job one day isn’t the worst idea in the world. Sanders has a wealth of experience as a starting quarterback, and there’s only one football that comes full circle.

“I have a lot of confidence,” Sanders said. I’ve been in the game for 4 years and I feel like I’m getting a little bit of an edge.”

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