Graduate transfer quarterback Kelly Bryant will remain at the University of Missouri amid sanctions handed down by the NCAA, according to The Columbia Missourian.
MU’s football program, as well as the baseball and softball programs, received a one-year postseason ban, among other punishments from the NCAA after a former employee committed academic fraud.
A source close to Bryant confirmed to the Missourian that he will remain at Missouri. He has one year of eligibility remaining.
Bryant transferred to MU after spending the majority of his collegiate career at Clemson. He left Clemson after coach Dabo Swinney named Trevor Lawrence starting quarterback for the remainder of the season.