Baker Mayfield's backup at quarterback, Trevor Knight, was asked earlier this week if he would consider transferring after the season.
“I'm extremely happy here,” Knight said. “This is my home and where I'm supposed to be. That's what I've said from the day I first stepped foot on this campus. It's been an unbelievable ride.”
Knight said that he wasn't looking to the future and talked about his love for Oklahoma but didn't rule out the possibility either.
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“I'm all about what we have going on right here, right now,” Knight said. “I haven't even batted an eyelash any other way. Right now, we're trying to prepare to hopefully play in the College Football Playoff and I'm completely bought into that aspect.” (The Oklahoman)
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