Fresno State backup quarterback Logan Fife will be playing for another team next year.
Fife announced Tuesday that he has entered the transfer portal after four years with the Bulldogs.
The big picture: Fife is entering the transfer portal with two years of eligibility remaining, thanks to the extra year granted by the NCAA because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
- His greatest impact on Fresno State came last season when he filled in for the injured Jake Haener for four games, leading the ‘Dogs to a 2-2 record in that span and kickstarting a 9-game win streak through the end of the season.
- Filling in at points for starter Mikey Keene this year, Fife completed 57.1 percent of his passes for 642 yards, 3 touchdowns and 2 interceptions. But most of his playing time came losses to Wyoming, San Jose State and New Mexico.
Fife’s farewell message: “First off I would like to thank God for blessing me with the gifts and abilities to play the game of football,” Fife said in a statement. “Next I would like to thank Coach Tedford for offering me the opportunity to live out my childhood dreams of playing Division 1 football out of high school. I have had the best four years of my life at Fresno State and have learned and grown more than I ever imagined.”
- “I want to thank all of my teammates, coaches, trainers and friends for helping me become the player I am today,” Fife continued. “Last but not least I would like to thank my family for being by my side through anything and everything since Day 1. With that being said, I will be entering my name into the NCAA transfer portal with 2 years of eligibility remaining! I will forever be Bulldog Born, Bulldog Bred!”