Ex-Clemson QB Kelly Bryant says he's transferring to Missouri

Ex-Clemson QB Kelly Bryant says he's transferring to Missouri
Former Clemson quarterback Kelly Bryant is heading to Missouri. Bryant announced his decision Tuesday night via Twitter, posting a video of game highlights and workouts, along with him reading the poem "The Test of a Man," about overcoming adversity, with the hashtag #ShowMe. Bryant will have a chance to step in immediately for the Tigers, who say goodbye to four-year starter Drew Lock. Bryant was 16-2 as a starter for Clemson, including leading the Tigers to the College Football Playoff in 2017 and starting the first four games of this season. The arrival of highly regarded freshman Trevor Lawrence created a QB battle for the Tigers last spring, however, and Clemson coach Dabo Swinney said from the outset of the season that Bryant would be fighting to retain his job. After being a critical part of the Tigers' win over Texas A&M in Week 2, Bryant saw his reps decline. After a Week 4 win over Georgia Tech in...