Baker Mayfield was denied a transfer year by a vote of 5-5 by Big 12 faculty representatives on Wednesday.
The so-called "Baker Mayfield rule" would have allowed another year of eligibility for Mayfield to play for the Sooners. The upcoming season will be Mayfield's final season with Oklahoma.
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Mayfield will have 1 year of eligibility after the 2016 season and can transfer to another school out of conference or declare for the 2017 NFL Draft.
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