Posted December 31, 2012 on stanford.scout.com
Former Stanford quarterback Brett Nottingham has exclusively told The Bootleg that he intends to transfer to the Ivy League's Columbia University. The junior detailed plans of his move, which is dependent on admission into the school. He would potentially be eligible to play immediately.
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