Marvin Zanders entered the 2016 season intent on making an impact for the Missouri football team, and his coaches indicated they planned to incorporate both Zanders and Drew Lock within the offense.
Zanders, however, never got much chance to run the full offense, and Thursday night, he announced that he will transfer and finish his career elsewhere.
“Thanks for the memories #Mizzou… I plan to transfer and pursue other opportunities to further education and playing career… Thank You,” Zanders wrote in a message he posted on Twitter.
Zanders, a redshirt sophomore from Jacksonville, Fla., ranked third for Missouri with 198 rushing yards this season on 35 carries, good for an average of 5.7 yards per carry. He ran for two touchdowns. To read the full story, click here.