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Michael Brewer announces transfer from Texas Tech

Michael Brewer (Source: Texas Tech Athletics) Michael Brewer (Source: Texas Tech Athletics)

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Sophomore quarterback Michael Brewer has announced his plans to transfer from Texas Tech at the conclusion of the spring semester.

Brewer, a native of Lake Travis, will remain on scholarship through the spring semester and is scheduled to graduate in May with a degree in university studies.

"I am honored to receive my degree from Texas Tech and will always call this university home," Brewer said. "I will never forget the friendships and memories I have made here at Texas Tech. Lubbock has been nothing but great to me and my family and we will always appreciate that. Wherever I may go, I hope our fans will respect the person and player that I am. The decision to transfer was well thought out by my family and myself and was one of the toughest of my life. I feel it's the right decision for me moving forward. As always, Guns Up!"

In his two-year career, Brewer played in 13 games while throwing for 440 yards and five touchdowns.

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