Justin Fields transferring to Ohio State

Justin Fields, now former quarterback for Georgia, confirms he is transferring to Ohio State. Fields didn't start and played behind Jake Fromm.

In his first year as the Buckeyes' starting quarterback, Haskins threw for 4,831 yards with 50 touchdown passes and eight interceptions.

Haskins' day was filled with dizzying statistics, including his six touchdown passes almost matching the seven total MI had yielded all season. He was named SEC Freshman of the Week for the effort, and he was also named to the SEC's All-Freshman team.

Dwayne Haskins' brief-yet-illustrious Ohio State career is over.

Oklahoma has hired Ohio State co-defensive coordinator and safeties coach Alex Grinch as defensive coordinator.

It's never easy to replace a coaching legend but Ohio State's Ryan Day is stepping into a good situation which appears to be getting even sweeter by the day. That would open the starting job.

NCAA rules would require Fields to sit out next season if he transfers, though he could request a waiver to become immediately eligible. During the Tennessee game, Sasser was allegedly shouting racist remarks at Fields from the stands.

As Clemson and Alabama prepare to duke it out over another national championship, the Ohio State football program send a strong message to the college world: Don't forget about us.

It likely means the end of Haskins' time with the Buckeyes because the Heisman finalist quarterback already said Fields was waiting on him before deciding where he'd end up.

Georgia opens the 2019 season against Vanderbilt on August 31.

  • Stacy Allen