Running back Tra Carson transferring to Texas A&M

By Tom Fornelli | College Football Writer
It seems that after deciding to leave home and play for Oregon, running back Tra Carson has decided it's time to return home.

According to Tony DiFrancisco of DuckSportsAuthority.com, Carson will be leaving Oregon and transferring to Texas A&M.



News that seems to be supported by the latest piece of headwear Carson is sporting.

Carson becomes the second running back to leave Oregon and return home to Texas since last summer, as Lache Seastrunk transferred to Baylor before the 2011 season began.

As a freshman in 2011, Carson rushed for 254 yards and a touchdown on 45 carries with the Ducks.
 
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