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Jordan Addison To Enter Transfer Portal: Fans React

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CHARLOTTE, NC - DECEMBER 04: A Pitt helmet during the ACC Football Championship game between the Pitt Panthers and the Wake Forest Demon Deacons on December 4, 2021, at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, N.C. (Photo by John Byrum/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

Just days after Pitt head football coach Pat Narduzzi accused USC of tampering, All-American wideout Jordan Addison reportedly decided to enter the transfer portal.

Per ESPN's Pete Thamel, "Pitt star WR Jordan Addison is expected to appear in the NCAA transfer portal later this afternoon."

Adding, "He’s yet to make up his mind on a destination and there’s no expectation of an imminent decision."

Addison's decision definitely got college football fans talking.

"If he goes to USC they need investigated," one user commented.

“'Yet to make up his mind on a destination,'” replied Bill Zimmerman.

"Huge target in the portal for USC and just about every program in the country," noted Ryan Abraham.

"In the story: 'A return to Pittsburgh remains a very viable option,' a source said."

"Hope college football can survive this moment," replied Geoff Schwartz.

"I stand by my claim that NIL won't be the ruin of college athletics and the upside is too positive to not let athletes capitalize off their name, image and likeness," tweeted Stephen Wagner. "But regulation is badly needed, because this is free agency. NIL is a great thing -- it just needs regulation."

"Here we go," commented The Athletic's Ry Cole.

"I have no issue with a bidding war," said Paul Zeise. "I just want guys to be in the transfer portal before the bidding begins."

The most riveting drama of college football's offseason continues.