Wallace to Transfer

The Oregon Ducks announced Friday that sophomore linebacker Anthony Wallace has informed Oregon head coach Chip Kelly of his intentions to transfer. Wallace played in 15 games during his first two years at Oregon credited with one tackle for loss among his 13 total tackles.

"We wish Anthony the best in his future endeavors and will attempt to assist him wherever he decides to pursue his education and football career," Kelly said in a media release issued on Friday afternoon.

The 6-0, 235-pound Wallace will have three years to complete his two seasons of eligibility.

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