The return of Jacob Wark to the Pacific Northwest is now official, as Oregon State football has announced he has joined their program as a transfer from California.
The 6-foot-4, 250 pound tight end from Tualatin will be granted immediate eligibility by the NCAA after graduating from Cal in May.
A former Jesuit High School standout, Wark was ranked as a top-50 tight end recruit...
Former California receiver Jacob Wark will transfer to Oregon State for his final year of eligibility, according to a source.
The school will announce Wark's transfer once paperwork is finalized, the source said. He will be a walk-on and immediately eligible for the 2014 season because he has graduated from Cal. Wark is already listed in OSU's online directory.
Despite another strong day from right fielder Jacob Wark, the Cal baseball team falls in late innings to UC Irvine down in Southern California.
California quarterback Zach Maynard missed the first three series of the season opener against Nevada because he skipped a tutoring appointment earlier in the summer.
Cal made the announcement shortly before kickoff on Saturday. Maynard entered the game late in the first quarter and completed a 20-yard pass to Jacob Wark on his first snap at the renovated Memorial Stadium.
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September 01, 2012