Kyle McCord transfers: Ohio State quarterback likely to be offseason prize

Ohio State quarterback Kyle McCord, one of college football's prominent names, has entered the transfer portal to explore new opportunities.

McCord had an impressive season, throwing for 3,170 yards and making 24 touchdowns during his first full season as the starting quarterback for the Buckeyes.

Despite leading Ohio State to an 11-0 record, the team suffered a setback with a loss to Michigan in the regular-season finale, impacting their chance at the Big Ten East championship.

McCord's journey began in the offseason battle with Devin Brown for the top quarterback spot after CJ Stroud moved on to the NFL.

Standout moments for McCord include a 240-yard performance against Notre Dame and a 286-yard, one-touchdown game against Penn State.

Over his three-year Ohio State career, McCord accumulated 3,776 passing yards and 27 touchdowns, showcasing his skills and potential.

Currently ranked fifth in the transfer portal rankings, McCord is expected to be a highly sought-after prospect in the market.

Other notable quarterbacks, such as Dillon Gabriel, Riley Leonard, Cameron Ward, Dante Moore, DJ Uiagalelei, and Will Howard, have also entered the transfer portal during the winter window.

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