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Former Notre Dame quarterback Drew Pyne on the move again

Although former Notre Dame quarterback Drew Pyne showed he can play at the highest level, he has yet to find a permanent home.

The Connecticut native started his career in South Bend, before transferring to Arizona State this past season. The idea behind the move was to be able to get more playing time, but that didn’t happen as Pyne attempted just 49 passes on the year.

The Sun Devils have at least two quarterbacks above him on the depth chart, so Pyne looked to the portal again to find a new home. He will return to the Midwest as on Sunday it was announced that he will transfer to Missouri.

Pyne will take full advantage of the super-Senior status, as he will have three years of eligibility remaining in Columbia. Most likely he won’t be QB1 entering the season, as the Tigers starter Brady Cook returns, but he could be the backup this fall and then take over the starting job in 2025.

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