Ty Storey Makes Decision on New School

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By Otis Kirk

Former Arkansas quarterback Ty Storey will play his senior season at Western Kentucky. As a grad transfer, Storey will be eligible immediately.

Storey made the announcement on Wednesday morning

He played in 10 games in 2018 with nine starts. He led the Razorbacks in passing with 143 completions in 250 attempts for 1,584 yards, 11 touchdowns and 10 interceptions. Storey also rushed for 146 yards and a touchdown. 

This means that Storey likely hasn’t played his last game in Reynolds Razorback Stadium. The Hilltoppers come to Fayetteville on Nov. 9 to face the Hogs. 

Western Kentucky, located in Bowling Green, is coming off a 3-9 record. They are a member of Conference USA. 

Storey came to Arkansas after an outstanding prep career at Charleston High School. He chose the Hogs over Auburn, Alabama and others at the time. He was a four-star recruit and helped lead Charleston to back-to-back undefeated seasons as a junior and senior. 

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