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Baylor makes official former Gonzaga point guard’s transfer

Demetri Goodson, Mychel Thompson

Way back in late May, it was reported that Gonzaga point guard Demetri Goodson would be transferring to Baylor — to play football.

Friday, the Bears made the report officially official.

In a release, the school announced that Goodson has indeed transferred to and will play football for the Bears.  As he’s transferring from Gonzaga, which does not have a football program, he will eligible to play immediately.

Beginning with the 2011 season, Goodson will have two years of football eligibility remaining.

As noted in the release, Goodson hasn’t played football since starting as an all-district cornerback for Klein Collins (Tex.) High School as a sophomore.  Goodson is expected to play defensive back for the Bears.

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1 Response to “Baylor makes official former Gonzaga point guard’s transfer”
  1. patbocam says: Aug 27, 2011 10:46 AM

    Baylor is just racking up on kids who played high school sports in Texas but opted for the pacific northwest instead of staying home. First it’s lache seastrunk from Oregon and now Goodson. Guess they missed the sights and sounds of wacky Waco

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