For the fourth time in his collegiate career Jarret Doege has found a new home. The former West Virginia quarterback has decided to transfer to Troy University.
Originally transferring to West Virginia from Bowling Green, Doege spent three years with West Virginia. He threw for 6,453 passing yards and 40 touchdowns in 27 career games and was second in the Big 12 Conference in passing completions in 2020 and 2021.
Last season with West Virginia, he had a 65% completion percentage and career-high 3,048 passing yards, but a 19-12 touchdown-interception ratio.
Earlier this off-season, he transferred to Western Kentucky to replace recent NFL draft pick Bailey Zappe. He was competing for the starting quarterback spot at WKU with West Florida transfer Austin Reed and was recently named to the Maxwell Award watch list. Though, obviously, he lost the starting job to Reed. That prompted his decision to transfer from WKU.
Now he hopes to resurrect his career at Troy, a place Neal Brown made famous.