Former West Virginia Starting Quarterback Re-Enters the Transfer Portal

Morgantown, West Virginia – Jarret Doege is back in the transfer portal once again. Doege, who passed for 6,453 yards, 40 touchdowns and 19 interceptions in his 27 games with the Mountaineers, left West Virginia for Western Kentucky following last season.

Doege was expected to be the starting quarterback at Western Kentucky in his sixth and final season of eligibility, but he has been in a quarterback battle with West Florida quarterback Austin Reed during the offseason. It now appears that Reed won the job, so Doege has decided to re-enter the portal.

Doege, college football’s active leader in passing yards and passing touchdowns over five seasons, has gone from Bowling Green to West Virginia to Western Kentucky, and will now search for a program looking for a starter to end his strange career with.