WSU quarterback Tyler Bruggman will transfer according to a report last night from WazzuWatch.com. He becomes second Coug quarterback to depart from the team this offseason.
Bruggman had a serious shot at landing the back-up QB role for the upcoming season. Still, with Connor Halliday having only 1 year left of eligibility, many believed Bruggman would assume the starting role beginning the 2015 season.
On Sunday Fox Sports reported Bruggman will be allowed to transfer to Indiana, Louisville, Duke or Arkansas.
With Bruggman moving on, that leaves Halliday, Luke Falk and Peyton Bender as the only signal callers on WSU's depth chart.