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Offbeat Ex-Illini QB Jeff George Jr. tweets move to Michigan

20:10  13 june  2018
20:10  13 june  2018 Source:   nbcsports.com

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— Jeff George Jr (@jgeorgeqb) June 13, 2018. In starting five games last season, George was the Illini ’s leading passer in throwing for 1,273 yards. All told, George started nine games during his time in Champaign. His first career start? At Michigan in October of 2016, a 41-8 loss that saw George

Monday, the son of former Illinois quarterbacking great Jeff George was confirmed to have moved on to Pittsburgh to continue his collegiate playing career. In starting five games last season, George was the Illini ’s leading passer after throwing for 1,273 yards. He accounted for seven of the Illini ’s eight

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It appears you can add another name to Michigan’s quarterbacking fray.

In a tweet posted to his personal Twitter account Tuesday night, Jeff George Jr. indicated that he has decided to transfer to Michigan.  The move to the Wolverines comes nearly five months to the day after George, the son of former Illinois great Jeff George, decided to transfer from the Fighting Illini.

In addition to being eligible this season, the quarterback will have another year of eligibility that he can use in 2019.

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