Quarterback Jacob Eason is coming home, as the Washington native's transfer to the Huskies from Georgia is now official.
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Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer
Washington added ESPN 300 defensive back Julius Irvin to its 15 ranked recruiting class on Wednesday. Irvin is the No. 250 ranked recruit and gives Washington seven ESPN 300 commitments in the 2018 class.
With potential first-round defensive linemen Christian Wilkins and Clelin Ferrell returning to school, Clemson is the clear winner of the early entry period. How did other contenders fare?
Washington star running back Myles Gaskin announced on Sunday night that he will return to school for his senior season.
Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer
Georgia sophomore quarterback Jacob Eason, who opened the season as the starter and lost the job to Jake Fromm after injuring his knee on the third offensive series, announced on social media Friday that he's transferring. "Thank you UGA for an incredible two years," Eason wrote. "The memories and relationships I have made will truly last a lifetime. I will miss suiting up in red and black, but Athens will always be a place I can call home." Eason is expected to transfer to Washington, where he will have to sit out the 2018 season under NCAA transfer rules.
Georgia's former starting quarterback Jacob Eason, who grew up in Washington state, is expected to transfer to the University of Washington, according to a report by the Seattle Times.
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The Pac-12 finished 1-8 in bowl games, which is the worst single-season bowl record in history for a Power 5 conference (minimum five games). The previous worst was the Big Ten in 2008, which went 1-6, according to ESPN Stats and Information. Utah, which beat West Virginia 30-14, was the only school to register a win.