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Another UB player quitting and coming to KU

Stolen from a post by darryl at KUSports.com

Looks like there is another Buffalo transfer - Nick Sizemore, Fullback, 6'2', 248

http://blogs.lancasteronline.com/jeffreyreinhart

SIZEMORE TRANSFERS TO KANSAS – Former Manheim Township football standout Nick Sizemore has been released from his athletic scholarship at the University of Buffalo, and he has followed his head coach, Turner Gill, to the University of Kansas, where he has accepted a full athletic scholarship to continue his football career for the Jayhawks in the Big 12 Conference. Turns out when Jeff Quinn took over the program at Buffalo, his staff was going to switch Sizemore from fullback to center. As a freshman, Sizemore appeared in every game and started one game at fullback for Buffalo. Since Sizemore is transferring from one Division I college to another Division I college, he must sit out this coming season under NCAA transfer rules. But he will practice and train with the team. In fact, he just enrolled at Kansas and will be there this summer working out with the Jayhawks. Sizemore, who has three years of eligibility remaining, will continue playing fullback under Gill, who took over at Kansas when Mark Mangino resigned his post amid allegations that he had inappropriate contact and verbally abused players at Kansas


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