RILEY FERGUSON RUMORS

Former Tennessee QB Riley Ferguson signs with Memphis

The Memphis Tigers have a new head coach in Mike Norvell and it looks like they will be getting a new quarterback for next year as well. It’s pretty apparent that Paxton Lynch will be heading to the NFL, so they will have to look for a new guy under center. Riley Ferguson spent one season with the Tennessee Volunteers before leaving for the JUCO ranks. He had a decent 2015 season...
Via Campus Sports Net
December 17, 2015  |  Discuss

Tennessee Football: Riley Ferguson to transfer

Rising redshirt freshman quarterback Riley Ferguson is reportedly seeking to transfer out of the Tennessee football program, sources confirmed on Tuesday. The former three-star quarterback commitment out of Matthews, N.C. was projected to be a real contender for the starting position this fall. After an up-and-down spring camp most felt Ferguson would be the No. 2 guy behind rising...
Via isportsweb.com
May 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Riley Ferguson is an ex-Tennessee quarterback.

Riley Ferguson. Photo via Chattanooga Times-Free Press.  Riley Ferguson is an ex-Tennessee Volunteer quarterback. Tennessee head coach Butch Jones made the announcement that Ferguson was "no longer with the program" on Tuesday while attending SEC spring meetings in Destin, Fl.Ferguson, a redshirt freshman, was expected to compete for the Tennessee starting QB's job with sophomores...
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May 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Vols QB battle down to three with Ferguson's departure

DESTIN, Fla. -- Tennessee coach Butch Jones doesn't expect quarterback Riley Ferguson to return to the Volunteers. "Riley's no longer with the program," Jones said Tuesday night during the Southeastern Conference spring meetings. Earlier Tuesday, Volquest had reported that Jones said he didn't expect Ferguson to remain with the Vols. Ferguson, a redshirt freshman, was expected to...
Via Fox Sports Tennessee
May 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Quarterback Riley Ferguson Expected To Transfer From Tennessee

Second year quarterback Riley Ferguson was the choice of many Tennessee fans to win the Vols’ starting job, but now it appears that he will never play a snap for the program. Butch Jones reportedly expects Ferguson to leave UT. Tennessee coach Butch Jones told http://t.co/qUSnHjK5xP he doesn’t expect QB Riley Ferguson to remain with UT’s program. — Josh Ward (@Josh_Ward...
Via College Spun
May 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Tennessee QB to transfer – reports

Tennessee back-up quarterback Riley Ferguson isn't expected to return to Knoxville, his coach Butch Jones has said. "As of right now, based on our recent conversations, we do not anticipate that he will be a member of our football family moving forward," Jones told the News Sentinel. No-one really knows why Ferguson is planning to leave - aside from the fact that it may be something...
Via SEC Football Blog
May 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Tennessee Football: Previewing the quarterback position

Like a year ago, there is no clear-cut leader for the starting quarterback position on Rocky Top. For the second-straight season it’s a four-man race for the starting quarterback job. Fighting for the starting job are senior Justin Worley, sophomore Josh Dobbs, redshirt sophomore Nathan Peterman, and redshirt freshman Riley Ferguson. After redshirting, Ferguson has really shined...
Via isportsweb.com
May 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Tennessee Football: Vols lose Pig before Spring camp

Tennessee Football: Vols lose Pig before Spring campJust two days away from the beginning of Spring camp, Tennessee football’s sports information released a statement announcing junior receiver Alton ‘Pig’ Howard will not be with the team throughout Spring camp. The statement released only said Howard had left for “personal reasons,” and would not go into further detail...
Via isportsweb.com
March 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Tennessee Football: Vols look to avoid making a bad season worse

Tennessee will cap off their fourth losing season on Saturday against Kentucky, regardless of a win or loss. (Photo credit: timesfreepress.com) For the final time in 2013 the Tennessee football team will take the field. Their post-season fate was decided a week ago by in-state rival Vanderbilt, when the Commodores drove the ball 92 yards down-the-field to punch in the game-winning...
Via isportsweb.com
November 28, 2013  |  Discuss
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