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USC Dual-Threat QB Reportedly Enters Transfer Portal

A general view of USC's football stadium.

LOS ANGELES, CA - OCTOBER 02: A general view of the stadium during the game between the Washington Huskies and the USC Trojans at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on October 2, 2010 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)

The USC Trojans will likely be without one of their quarterbacks when they head into the 2019 season.

Former three-star dual-threat quarterback Matt Fink reportedly plans to transfer.

According to a report from ESPN's college football insider Kyle Bonagura, Fink entered the transfer portal and plans to leave the Trojans football program.

Here's the news from Bonagura.

The sophomore quarterback saw limited action during the 2018 season when freshman phenom J.T. Daniels left with an injury.

Fink competed in three games for the Trojans in 2018, completing seven-of-nine passes for 46 yards and one touchdown.

His best performance came against Utah, when Fink completed six-of-seven passes for 43 yards and a touchdown. In two years with the Trojans, Fink threw a total of just 18 passes, completing 13 for 89 total yards.

Despite seeing time in relief of Daniels, Fink did not have a great hold on the depth chart. Freshman quarterback Jack Sears started for the Trojans against Arizona State in 2018 when Daniels went down with an injury.

The freshman performed well and earned the backup role for the rest of the season.

It looks like Fink lost out on the backup role at USC and plans to finish his collegiate career somewhere else.

Stay tuned for more on his decision.