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Shea Patterson announces transfer from Ole Miss to Michigan

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Ole Miss quarterback Shea Patterson visited Michigan on Saturday. He made his departure from Oxford official on Monday

Shea played 7 games with the Rebels in 2017 before suffering a torn PCL. At the time of his injury, Patterson led the SEC in passing yards. He finished 5th in the conference with 2,259 passing yds and 17 TD.

Shea fills a big need for Big Blue at quarterback. Van Jefferson and Deontay Anderson also visited Michigan on Saturday. They’re expected to follow Patterson to the Wolverines.

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