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Former Michigan quarterback Russell Bellomy transferring to UTSA

After announcing that he would forgo his redshirt senior year at Michigan, former Wolverine quarterback Russell Bellomy has found a home in his home state.

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They say home is where the heart is and that is exactly where former Michigan quarterback Russell Bellomy is headed.

At least in the general vicinity of it.

Bellomy announced on Sunday night that he will be playing his final year of eligibility at UTSA. Bellomy played his high school football in Arlington, Texas and was a three-star recruit coming out of high school.

Due to NCAA graduate transfer rules, he is eligible to play right away for the Roadrunners.

The 6-foot-3. 217-pound quarterback never quite found a place on the Michigan depth chart where he struggled mightily when given an opportunity to play. Finishing his career with only four completions in 23 attempts and throwing four interceptions.

The Roadrunners finished the 2014 season with a 4-8 overall record and 3-5 in Conference USA play, its second season with the conference. UTSA is coached by former Miami (Fl.) head coach Larry Coker who is heading into this fourth season in the program.