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WVU announces quarterback signing

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – (June 5, 2019) West Virginia University football coach Neal Brown has announced that Jarret Doege, a 6-2, 200-pound, junior quarterback from Lubbock, Texas, has enrolled at classes at WVU after transferring from Bowling Green State University. Doege will have three years remaining to play his final two seasons.

Jarret Doege, Jr., QB, 6-2, 200, Lubbock, Texas/Bowling Green State

2018 (So.) – Bowling Green State

  • Started all 12 games at quarterback
  • First quarterback to start every game for the Falcons since Matt Johnson in 2015
  • Was 242-of-389 passing (62.2 percent) for 2660 yards
  • Threw 27 touchdowns and 12 interceptions
  • Led the Mid-American Conference in passing touchdowns and passing yards
  • Among the top 50 nationally in completion percentage, completions per game, passing touchdowns, passing yards and points responsible for
  • Scored two rushing touchdowns
  • Was 3-for-3 passing on two-point conversion attempts
  • Also punted three times, downing all three inside the 20
  • Passed for a career-high 379 yards against Western Michigan, throwing three touchdowns
  • Had 305 yards passing at Georgia Tech
  • Was 28-of-39 with four touchdown passes against Eastern Kentucky; also rushed for a touchdown
  • Threw at least three touchdown passes in five different contests

2017 (Fr.) – Bowling Green State

  • Completed one of the two greatest statistical seasons by a true freshman quarterback in program history
  • Became the first true freshman quarterback to start a game since Brian McClure in 1982 when he took the first snap against Akron
  • Started five games on the season and threw for 250+ yards four times
  • Had a season-high 294 yards passing at Buffalo, going 28-of-43
  • Threw a season-high four touchdowns against Toledo
  • Over the final four games of the season, threw 11 touchdowns and just two interceptions
  • Had a pair of rushing touchdowns as well
  • Completed 63.8 percent of his passes, the eighth-best single season in school history

High School

  • Played for coach Max Kattwinkel at Cooper High
  • Threw for 3,363 yards and 33 touchdowns as a senior
  • Led one of the top programs in Texas to the state quarterfinals
  • Was named first team all-district


  • Son of Randy and Melinda Doege
  • Older brother Seth was coached by Neal Brown while starring as the starting quarterback at Texas Tech
  • Majoring in business



Press Release Credit: WVU Athletics Communications

Cover Photo Credit: Shanna Rose, BGS

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