Former South Florida quarterback Mike White has found a new place to play — Western Kentucky.
White, who was granted his release from USF on March 31, announced his decision on Twitter.
I'm excited to continue my career at Western Kentucky University! #GoTops
— Mike White, Jr. (@MW_XIV) April 12, 2015
White will have to sit out a season, but would still have two years of eligibility remaining. That’s probably OK with White, since Brandon Doughty, last year's Conference USA Player of the Year, was granted a sixth year of eligibility.
White started 15 games at USF, but couldn't beat out Quinton Flowers and Steven Bench during the spring football competition. White lands at the school his former coach, Willie Taggart, put on the map.
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