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The former North Dakota State quarterback announced his transfer intentions last week.

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North Dakota State's Quincy Patterson hands off to Dominic Gonnella for a run against Albany during their football game Saturday, Sept. 4, 2021, in the Fargodome. Michael Vosburg / Forum Photo Editor
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Quincy Patterson will have one more chance to play quarterback at the FBS level.

The former North Dakota State quarterback told ESPN on Wednesday night he is transferring to Temple. Patterson started seven games for the Bison, winning each of those games before Cam Miller took over in the third quarter of NDSU's game against Missouri State.

Patterson tallied six passing touchdowns, seven rushing scores, along with four interceptions.

He announced his intentions to transfer last week, telling WDAY Sports: "At the end of the day I need to do what's best for me, my goals and future with this sport. To be a 'wildcat quarterback' is not part of those plans or something that will allow me to achieve those goals, so I have to branch out."

With the end of spring and start of summer on the horizon, the local sports scene is setting up for plenty of intrigue. Hot Mic with Dom Izzo explores the stories will be under the spotlight as the calendar turns from one season to another.

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See those stories in WDAY's 10 PM sports.

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Zach Staton joined WDAY as a sports reporter in 2018. He grew up in Salem, Virginia loving any sport he could play or watch. Staton graduated from Bridgewater College with a degree in Communication Studies before getting his Master's in Broadcast and Digital Journalism with a Sports Communication Emphasis from Syracuse University.
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