Kansas State QB Will Howard enters transfer portal
Kansas State quarterback Will Howard announced Monday that he is leaving the school and entering the transfer portal.
Howard has spent the past four seasons with the Wildcats and holds the school record of 48 career passing touchdowns.
Howard also tied the school single-season record of 24 set by Ell Roberson in 2003. He passed for 2,643 yards and eight interceptions.
"It has been an absolute honor to play for Kansas State University," Howard said on social media. "With that being said, I am going to explore the transfer portal and evaluate my options for next season. I'm looking forward to this next chapter in my life and the possibilities that lie ahead."
Howard helped guide Kansas State to a memorable 31-28 overtime upset of TCU in the 2022 Big 12 championship game. The victory put the Wildcats in the Sugar Bowl, where they lost 45-20 to Alabama. Kansas State finished 10-4.
This season, Kansas State is 8-4 after losing 42-35 to visiting Iowa State on a snow-covered field on Saturday. Howard threw a touchdown pass in that game, giving him 15 over the past six games.
Overall, Howard passed for 5,786 yards and threw 25 interceptions in 34 games (27 starts) for the Wildcats. He also rushed for 19 scores.
--Field Level Media
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