Morgantown, West Virginia – Former West Virginia Mountaineers starting quarterback Jarret Doege has found a new home.
Doege, the leading active passer in terms of yards and touchdowns in college football, transferred to Western Kentucky during the summer. After losing the starting quarterback battle, he quit the team and re-entered the portal.
Now, Doege has landed at Troy, where Neal Brown was head coach prior to joining the Mountaineers. Doege is practicing with the team today and is eligible to play this season. This is Doege’s 4th team – Bowling Green, West Virginia, Western Kentucky and now Troy – during his long and fascinating college career.
Doege is already listed on Troy’s official football roster.
BREAKING: Sources inside Troy Univeristy's athletic department have confirmed to me that former West Virginia QB Jarret Doege has joined the Troy football program and is practicing today and is eligible to play this season. Doege is one of the most prolific QBs in WVU history.
— Josh Boutwell (@joshbmessenger) August 18, 2022