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Hornibrook transfers to FSU

According to 247sports, former Wisconsin Badgers’ QB Alex Hornibrook will transfer to Florida State to play for the Seminoles next season. He announced his decision on Instagram during an official visit that spanned from Friday to Sunday morning.

Hornibrook was 26-6 in three seasons as a starter for UW. He led them to the Orange Bowl in 2017.

Head coach Paul Chryst wished Hornibrook the best when the news that he was transferring broke.

He contributed to a lot of our recent success, and we want to thank him for all he did for our program. We wish him the best of luck.

Hornibrook finished his 3-year career as a starter for Wisconsin ranked in a tie for third all-time at UW in touchdown passes (47), fourth in completion percentage (60.5), fourth in pass efficiency (138.1) and fifth in passing yards (5,438).

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Badgers’ QB Alex Hornibrook leaving Wisconsin, enters NCAA transfer portal

MADISON | Alex Hornibrook’s days with the Wisconsin Badgers have come to an end.

The football program announced Wednesday afternoon that the senior quarterback had decided to leave the team and enter his name in the NCAA’s transfer portal.

“Alex informed us of his decision to leave the team earlier (Wednesday),” coach Paul Chryst said in a release. “He contributed to a lot of our recent success and we want to thank him for all he did for our program. We wish him the best of luck.”

Hornibrook confirmed the news via his Instagram.

“I would like to thank the University of Wisconsin, the football coaches, the training staff, my teammates and the fans for four great years as a Wisconsin Badger.

“I have decided that after I graduate from the UW School of Business in May, I will transfer to a new school to play my final season of college football.

“I am especially grateful for the friendships I’ve shared with my teammates, and wish them nothing but the best.

“I am beyond excited for this opportunity, and I look forward to seeing what God has planned ahead.

“On, Wisconsin.”

Hornibrook started 32 games over the last three years, winning 26 of them, including 20 in Big Ten play. He finishes his career as fifth all-time in passing yards at Wisconsin and tied for third in touchdown passes.