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Quarterback Seth Collins started seven games before a knee injury in October.

By SI Wire
January 22, 2016

Sophomore quarterback Seth Collins has decided to transfer from Oregon State, the university announced on Friday.

“Seth has made the decision to transfer and we wish him good luck,” head coach Gary Anderson said in a statement.

Collins started seven games and completed 84 of 161 passes for 935 yards and six touchdowns. Collins also led the team in rushing with 580 yards.

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“I thank Oregon State for a great year,” Collins said in the school's release. “But it is in my best interest to pursue my education and football somewhere else.”

The quarterback suffered a knee injury in October and missed four games. Upon his return, he was moved to wide receiver and running back and also took a few snaps at quarterback. In his final game against Oregon, he finished with three rushing touchdowns, 39 rushing yards and 45 passing yards.

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