It’s somewhat of a homecoming for former University of Michigan quarterback, Alan Bowman. After entering the transfer portal back in December, the fifth-year senior announced he was returning to the Big 12 conference for his final year of eligibility – this time with the Oklahoma State Cowboys.
Upon his arrival to Ann Arbor back in 2021, it appeared as though Bowman might make a push for the starting position with freshman JJ McCarthy and a largely unproven Cade McNamara battling it out for the starting role. Ultimately, it was McNamara who secured the position and Bowman spent his first year at Michigan playing sparingly – appearing in just two games. That theme continued in 2022, with Bowman appearing in just three games during his final season at Michigan.
Through two seasons, Bowman was 8 for 11 for 69 yards, 1 touchdown and 1 interception.
The former four-year starter out at Oklahoma State, Spencer Sanders, also announced back in December that he was entering the transfer portal as well – providing Bowman with another opportunity to insert himself into a starting role.
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Here’s a brief look at his career highs, via MGoBlue.com:
• Attempts: 59, vs. Houston (2018)
• Completions: 43, vs. Houston (2018)
• Yards: 605, vs. Houston (2018)
• TDs: 5, 2x last vs. Texas (2020)
• Long: 66, vs. Lamar (2018)
• Attempts: 9, at Iowa State (2018)
• Yards: 21, vs. Houston Baptist (2020)
• TDs: 1, 2x, last vs. Montana State (2019)
• Long: 12, at Iowa State (2018)
• Yards: 602, vs. Houston (2018)
• Touchdowns: 5, 2x last vs. Texas (2020)
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