Former Oklahoma Sooner running back Trey Sermon will transfer to Ohio State he announced via social media on Sunday.
Sermon will have one year of eligibility as a Buckeye, but because he graduated, he will be immediately eligible. He rushed for 2,076 yards and 22 touchdowns in his three seasons at Oklahoma.
Ohio State is losing its leading rusher, JK Dobbins, to the NFL draft. The Buckeyes were thin at the running back position after Dobbins departed, but the leading returning rusher, Master Teague, tore his Achilles this offseason. Sermon will give them an experienced runner as they try to get back to the College Football Playoff.
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