A former Wisconsin QB will continue his athletic career playing baseball at Houston

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Yes, you read that headline correctly. It isn’t often we see college athletes transfer schools to then play a different sport. But I guess if it would happen anywhere, it would happen at Wisconsin where there is no baseball team.

The move was made yesterday by Daniel Wright, a walk-on quarterback for the Badgers who announced he was transferring to Houston to continue his college athletic career with its baseball program.


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Wright was an unranked quarterback in the class of 2020 according to 247Sports. The Sergeant Bluff, Iowa native walked on at Wisconsin after only holding an offer from Sioux Falls.

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