Georgia QB Jacob Eason likely transferring to Washington

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It's not a surprise, Jacob Eason is transferring out of Georgia.

The Georgia gunslinger from nearby Lake Stevens, Wash., hasn't even scratched the surface yet, but learning the system for a year as a transfer would be huge for the Huskies if he were to take over in 2019. But he lost the job after sustaining a knee injury in the opener against Appalachian State. He has two years of eligibility remaining. "The memories and relationships I have made will truly last a lifetime". Secondly, Washington is home to Eason.

The Tide rallied from a pair of 13-point deficits to beat Georgia 26-23 in overtime.

This does not come as a surprise based on a series of events that seems likely to push Eason back to third string next season.

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As a true freshman in 2016, the former five-star recruit led Georgia to an 8-5 record while throwing for 2,430 yards, 16 touchdowns and eight interceptions while completing 55.1 percent of his passing attempts. After Fromm's breakout performance at Notre Dame and witnessing incredible moments throughout the season, Eason quickly realized his new role.

Besides Fromm, Georgia is adding Justin Fields, ranked the nation's No. 1 overall recruit in the class of 2018 by ESPN. That forces Eason to transfer in order to find playing time.

In late December, the sophomore quarterback said he tried not to let the coaching staff's decision to go with Fromm impact his outlook. "I've gotten used to it now". Shortly after losing to Alabama, Eason lingered in the tunnel at Mercedes-Benz Stadium so he could walk off together with Fromm. I did what I could to help the team get better and I was there with Jake and with Brice [Ramsey]. My game's improved with a lot of practice.

It was new. It was different just because I've never been in that situation before.