Brosius transfers from N.C. State
RALEIGH — Hundreds of college athletes transfer from one program to another every year. But rarely does the change of scenery involve a different sport.
Former Tuscola standout Tyler Brosius is making one of those rare transfers, leaving the N.C. State football program after two years as a backup quarterback to play junior college baseball at Walters State Community College, which is located in Morristown, Tennessee.
According to North Carolina State University, Brosius missed last week's first day of preseason football camp and was listed as academically ineligible.
However, rumors began circulating after the Wolfpack's spring game that the WNC all-time leading passer (7,895 yards) had already decided to transfer from N.C. State.
Coming into the 2012 season, Brosius, a redshirt sophomore ...