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Tennessee Tech accepts former Tennessee transfer Da’Rick Rogers into the program

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By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report
Owner/Managing Editor/Sr. Writer

Da’Rick Rogers has decided to continue his college football career within the state of Tennessee.

Rogers, who was suspended last week by Tennessee head football coach Derek Dooley, decided to transfer from Tennessee to Tennessee Tech. He also took park in the team’s meeting on Sunday.

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Tennessee Tech

He was suspended indefinitely by Tennessee after violating the school’s substance abuse policy. This summer, he also considered transferring to Georgia State after having several run ins with the coaching staff.

There were also indications that he was throwing tantrums on the sidelines during games. He will have to stay on track at his new school.

The very talented wide receiver will have a chance at playing in the NFL if he could stay out of trouble. He is expected to be eligible to play right away.

Tim Benford led Tennessee Tech in receiving the past four years.

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