Former Clemson quarterback Kelly Bryant remains committed to playing at Missouri in the coming season despite the Tigers being banned by the NCAA from playing postseason games this fall, according to his personal quarterback coach Ramone Robinson.
Robinson told 7 Sports Thursday afternoon that Bryant will remain enrolled as a graduate student at Mizzou and continues to go through workouts there.
“He wants to pull a UCF,” said Robinson, referring to the unbeaten regular seasons that the Orlando school has posted the past two seasons.
As a graduate student, Bryant could have again transfered and been eligible to play immediately at another school.
Bryant threw for 2,802 yards, 13 touchdowns and eight interceptions in 2017 for Clemson, and added 665 rushing yards and 11 touchdowns.
He lost his starting job after the fourth game of the 2018 season to true freshman Trevor Lawrence, who led the Tigers to the CFP Championship in early January.