Former Southern California quarterback Max Wittek could end up at Hawaii as a walk-on.
USC transfer Max Wittek reportedly will not graduate until December, meaning he wouldn't be eligible to play at another school this season.
Texas's interest in USC transfer QB Max Wittek has reportedly cooled recently.
Texas QB situation got even murkier with Friday's news that starter David Ash would need foot surgery, but that'll have no impact on whether former USC QB Max Wittek transfers to UT, he says.
Max Wittek, who is transferring from Southern California, told CBS he's visiting Texas this weekend and is also considering Louisville, Pitt and Hawaii.
USC quarterback Max Wittek will graduate this spring and then transfer to another school.
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