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No 'Chance'? Mock, Coaches To Decide Future At UT

Mock, hoping for NFL attention, considers transfer

Former starting QB <B>Chance Mock</B> will meet with Texas coaches some time next month to determine the junior's future with the Longhorn program, offensive coordinator <B>Greg Davis</B> said Tuesday.

The Austin American-Statesman reported Tuesday that Mock is considering transferring to a Division I-AA school in order to log more playing time and enhance his NFL prospects. Division I-A athletes are required to sit out a year to regain eligibility after transferring to another Division I-A program. "I told Chance that we would sit down and visit between the A&M game and the bowl game," Davis... Recommended Stories

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