White Done With Football

White Done With Football

The University of Oregon announced that redshirt sophomore Curtis White is retiring from football because of an assorted number of injuries according a media release made available Friday afternoon.

Curtis White was a 5-star prospect out of Sheldon High School two years ago and had verbally committed to Oregon after his sophomore year in high school, but was never able to get onto the playing field as a Duck.

According to the release, White will remain on scholarship to complete his undergraduate degree at the University of Oregon.

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