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Walk-on punt returner Kaleb Fossum set to transfer to Nevada

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Fossum announced on Monday his decision

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Kaleb Fossum, the Sophomore walk-on punt returner at Washington State announced on Twitter on Monday that he will be transferring to the University of Nevada Reno to continue his career. He states in his tweet that he is transferring due to financial reasons.

His time is Crimson and Gray will be most known for returning the first punt for a touchdown for the Cougars since 2005 against California when he took the Bears opening punt 75 yards to the house.

As a freshman in 2015, Fossum held field goals and extra points and was finally given the opportunity to return a kickoff in the Apple Cup when he brought it out 48-yards. The coaches took notice as they had him at that role last season where he had 6 kick returns for 138-yards and 15 punt returns for 151-yards and had one touchdown.

This will not be the last we see of Fossum in Martin Stadium however as the Cougars will host Nevada on September 23rd during week 4 of next season. Alex Marguiles from mynews4.com reports that Fossum will be eligible to play immediately next season for Nevada because he was a walk-on for the Cougars.

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