Former Texas Tech Quarterback Alex Bowman Transfers To Michigan

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Quarterback Alex Bowman is headed to Michigan.

The former Texas Tech passer announced Sunday afternoon that he’s taking his talents to Ann Arbor to play for Jim Harbaugh. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

He threw a total of 33 touchdowns with the Red Raiders, and will have three years of eligibility remaining.

Well, Jim Harbaugh desperately needed a quarterback after the exits of Joe Milton and Dylan McCaffrey, and he’s found one.

While Bowman isn’t a superstar by any stretch of the imagination, he has a ton of experience as a starting quarterback.

At the college level, that’s half the battle.


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He also showed some great flashes at times in Lubbock. Seeing as how everyone acts like Jim Harbaugh is a QB whisper (I have my doubts), there’s no excuse for Bowman to not improve under his watch.


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We’ll see how he does, but Harbaugh has appeared to find a fix to a bad problem facing the team. Now, he’ll battle it out with Cade McNamara for the starting job.