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TURNER BATY RUMORS & GOSSIP

Baty returns to CCSF, interest increases

After an outstanding freshman season in 2011 that saw him lead City College of San Francisco to an undefeated season and the National Championship, QB Turner Baty (6-2, 215) chose to sign with Kansas. However, after a year in Lawrence, he has decided to return to the Rams and hopes to earn offers from four-year schools looking for a signal-caller to come in and challenge for playing time...
Via jcfootball.scout.com
May 23, 2013  |  Discuss

Kansas quarterback Baty leaving program

Sophomore quarterback Turner Baty is leaving the Kansas program and returning to City College of San Francisco after not getting into a game last season. Jayhawks coach Charlie Weis announced that Baty was transferring in a statement Saturday. Baty was expected to add depth at the quarterback position. Despite struggles by Dayne Crist and Michael Cummings all season, Baty never...
Via AP on Fox
January 19, 2013  |  Discuss
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