COLUMBUS, Ohio – Quinn Ewers joined the Ohio State football program in late August, played two snaps, never threw a pass and then headed to the transfer portal.
Doing so brought an end to a years-long history that seemed to have a twist every few months, highlighting the many changes in college football. He committed because Texas was not good enough to keep him. He came early because Name, Image and Likeness deals gave him a chance to earn millions. He left due to reasons ranging from getting on the field to reported clauses in his NIL agreements requiring him to do so.