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  It appears Utah State's football program won't have five scholarship quarterbacks on its 2020 roster after all. That's because Henry Colombi has elected to enter the transfer portal, a decision that was first reported Wednesday afternoon by a couple of different people, including Brian Phillips of Colombi was USU's second-string signal caller during the 2018 and 2019 campaigns and was the program's clear-cut favorite to replace first-round NFL draft pick Jordan Love this upcoming season - at least prior to this week.

The news of Colombi's decision came two days after the Aggies officially announced former University of Utah quarterback Jason Shelley had been added to the 2020 roster. Should Colombi indeed transfer, the Aggies will be without an athlete who appeared in 13 games during his time in Logan. The native of Hollywood, Florida, completed 76.8 percent of his passes (53 of 69) for 460 yards and two touchdowns, vs. one interception. He also rushed for 139 yards and a pair of scores. Colombi mostly saw mop-up action, but helped Utah State blow out Hawaii as a redshirt freshman in 2018. - Herald Journal Tribune

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