Found August 20, 2013 on The Cardinal Connect:
University of Louisville redshirt sophomore Jalen Harrington has decided to transfer from the school. He’ll finish his college football career at Murray State. Harrington confirmed the news via his Twitter account on Tuesday afternoon. The Louisville native was featured in a post earlier on Tuesday as one of three notable names no longer on the Cardinal football roster. Sure enough, just hours later the news had spread that he intended to transfer to another school. I had heard through a few different sources close to the program that Harrington had informed the coaching staff that he wanted to give up football to focus on other things. Just two weeks later he has found a new home to finish his college career. Harrington was one of three standouts from Fern Creek High School to sign with Louisville in 2011, along with offensive lineman Jamon Brown and defensive back Jerrell Moore. Two years later, Brown is the only one still on the roster. Moore left the team just a few weeks into f...
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