Texas tailback Keontay Ingram is transferring to USC.
Ingram has had an up-and-down career at Texas. He was only the fourth-leading rusher last season (250 yards) but missed four games with an ankle injury. His best season came in 2019 when he had 144 carries for 853 yards and seven touchdowns.
He didn’t have much future at Texas with the emergence of freshman tailback Bijan Robinson.
I’m skeptical how much some of these transfers will contribute, especially if they didn’t start at their former school. But some of the fan-centric USC media goes nuts every time there is a commitment from a transfer.
- Jack Yary, who signed with USC last year but never enrolled, was arrested in Murrieta on Jan. 19 on charges of felony battery with serious injury and misdemeanor possession of narcotics, according to the Seattle Times.
Yary, the son of former USC All-American Ron Yary, was released the following day after posting $25,000 bail.