MOBILE, Ala. (AP) - Former Memphis running back Brandon Ross is
transferring to the University of South Alabama.
South Alabama coach Joey Jones said Wednesday that Ross will
enroll in school for the fall semester.
He played in the Tigers' final eight games last season and
gained 296 yards, taking the field after injuries took a toll on
the backfield. Ross will have three years of eligibility remaining.
He gained a career-best 111 yards in a win at Southern
Ross's cousin Richard will be a redshirt freshman running back
in the Jaguars' first season of football.
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