Sophomore QB Michael Nebrich To Transfer

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UConn Athletic Communications – August 8, 2012 – Nebrich To Transfer

STORRS, Conn. (August 8, 2012) – University of Connecticut sophomore quarterback Mike Nebrich (Burke, Va.) announced that he will transfer to another school on Wednesday morning. Nebrich began UConn camp as second on the depth chart along with senior Johnny McEntee (Fullerton, Calif.).

Nebrich played in eight games last year as a true freshman and passed for 69 yards and had ten yards of rushing. He was three of eight for 60 yards in UConn’s opening win over Fordham on Sept. 3.

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7 thoughts on “Sophomore QB Michael Nebrich To Transfer

  1. GINA

    Nebrich.Come to Ohio! You have built in fans! Good Luck in what ever happens. I understand your a great guy!!!!

  2. Lisa

    I wish Michael only the best wherever he goes. He is a wonderful, talented young man who deserves a fair shake. That wasn’t going to happen at UConn. Mike, we’re rooting for you!

  3. mikeinmanila

    Not surprised…wish him the best. Not sure he ever got a fair shake…was he really worse than Johnny Mac? That’s hard to beleive. UConn now has only 2 legitimate QBs if Cochran redshirts (which he should)going into the season…not a good sign.

    I’m trying to stay optimistic but can’t say I’m enjoying the HCPP era so far…

  4. Mike

    Not surprized! This QB situation has been a joke since day one. He was never going to play in this ” Pro style” offense that no other top 25 team uses. The reason why the good teams Spread–Hurry-up and have Moving QB’s is that it works. So, continue to run on first and second down and have your stand in the pocket passer throw on third. Throwback coaches and throwback offense. Good luck son where ever you go. Your talents will be better used somewhere else.

  5. Jesse

    Sad to see him go. He seemed like a really great kid, but the writing was on the wall the moment Whitmer transferred in and Cochran arrived at the school. I wish him nothing but the best at whichever school he goes.

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