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Jalen Hurts's Transfer to Oklahoma Was a No-Brainer for All Involved

SI.com Wednesday, 16 January 2019
Jalen Hurts's Transfer to Oklahoma Was a No-Brainer for All InvolvedThe decision to join the four-time defending Big 12 champ and home of the last two Heisman winners no doubt appealed to a QB who's 27–2 as a starter.
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