Tallahassee, FL-- Former Florida State quarterback Clint Trickett has a new football home. He's heading up to Morgantown and West Virginia.
Trickett himself making that announcement Wednesday. He has two seasons of eligibility remaining and can play right away because of his status as a grad student. He is expected to compete for the starting QB job there this summer.
Clint was a rather competent backup the past couple of seasons at FSU hitting on 66 of 106 passes for 947 yards and seven touchdowns and four picks.
He left FSU after it became apparent Jameis Winston was going to get the starting job this fall.
Trickett lived in West Virginia for seven years while his father, Rick, was an offensive line coach there, so he's going to a region he's familiar with Trickett chose West Virginia over Auburn and South Florida