Former Eastern Washington quarterback Gage Gubrud has won an appeal for an additional year of eligibility and he will spend his final season as a graduate transfer at Washington State University, according to ESPN’s Kyle Bonagura.
WSU made the announcement on Saturday.
“We are excited for Gage to come in and compete with the quarterbacks on our team,” head coach Mike Leach said. “He is an extremely experienced and productive player who led Eastern Washington to great heights in his time there. It’s not often that you can add a quarterback to your roster that has started 28 games and thrown for nearly 10,000 yards. We are looking forward to getting him on campus and finishing his collegiate career in a WSU Cougar uniform.”
Gubrud is a two-time finalist for the Walter Payton Award winner.
Gubrud threw for 9,984 yards with 87 touchdown passes and 32 interceptions over the past 4 seasons for the Eagles.