Four months to the day his decision to transfer from Indiana became public knowledge, Cameron Coffman has found himself a new place to call home.
In an Instagram posting — replete with photoshopped picture — the quarterback wrote he’s”[e]xcited to announce that I will be going to Wyoming” and continue his collegiate playing career. “Blessed to have another opportunity,” the player added.
It’s unclear if Coffman will be eligible to play immediately in 2014 for first-year Cowboys head coach Craig Bohl. Should he be eligible, however, Coffman, whose sister played volleyball at Wyoming, would give Bohl an experienced candidate to replace long-time starter Brett Smith.
The decision to transfer from IU back in January came after a season in which Coffman languished behind co-starters Nate Sudfeld and Tre Roberson — both sophomores — on IU’s depth chart. He appeared in just three games and attempted nine passes in 2013.
In 2012, and after Roberson suffered a broken leg very early on, Coffman threw for 2,734 yards, the second-highest total for a Big Ten quarterback that season. It was also the fourth-highest total in the program’s history.