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Jason Carter Transferring back to Ohio
Well this news is interesting. It’s not often that you see a player that transferred from a school transfer back.
04-02-2021 07:21 PM
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RE: Jason Carter Transferring back to Ohio
That's interesting. How'd he play at Xavier? I remember him looking really promising for the Bobcats his freshman year.
04-05-2021 03:54 PM
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RE: Jason Carter Transferring back to Ohio
He was more than just a promising freshman at Ohio. He was shaping up to be a first-team All-MAC player when he transferred. His departure was a big loss at the time. He played a lot at Xavier but had some injuries and seemed to lose his shooting touch. If he simply returns to the form he had in his last season at Ohio, it will be a huge boost for the Bobcats.
04-06-2021 09:28 AM
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