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Former Crimson Tide QB Parker McLeod Leaves Western Kentucky

Western Kentucky's football program lost a quarterback today, but it really shouldn't matter.

Mike Granse-USA TODAY Sports

Parker McLeod, the Georgia native quarterback that enrolled at the University of Alabama in 2013, will not see the field for Western Kentucky, where he enrolled just this past summer. Coming out of high school, McLeod ranked as the nation's No. 31 pocket passer, according to ESPN.

With WKU senior starting quarterback Brandon Doughty recently being granted a sixth year of eligibility by the NCAA, one can empathize with his decision to part ways with the program. Although McLeod's potential was high, Hilltopper fans should relish in the fact that they get to see Brandon Doughty toss the pigskin for at least twelve more games.