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Tennessee running back Jalen Hurd shocked the college football world earlier this week when it was announced that he would be transferring from the program. Hurd has had a down season after rushing for over 1,000 yards in 2015, with injuries being a partial cause for the downturn.

On Friday, it was reported Hurd has officially signed his release papers, and that Tennessee had put restrictions on his transfer.

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Outside of SEC teams, other major Tennessee opponents in the future include Georgia Tech in 2017 and West Virginia in 2018. None of Tennessee’s out-of-conference opponents outside of those two would be likely to land Hurd.

Hurd rushed for 2,638 yards in his three-year career at Tennessee, scoring 26 total touchdowns. Hurd must now sit out a season per NCAA transfer rules, and he will have one year of eligibility remaining.

[H/T SEC Country]

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