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Darrion Daniels Pens Letter to OSU As He Leaves for Nebraska: ‘Forever a Cowboy’

Daniels is joining his younger brother, Damion, in Huskerland.

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Darrion Daniels is leaving Oklahoma State and transferring to Nebraska where he will play out 2019 as a graduate transfer.

As he bids adieu to the program he’s become a mainstay at over the last four seasons — to coaches, teammates, and fellow students — he also took time to say farewell on Twitter to OSU and everyone in a public forum to those who helped him along the way.

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Daniels was a huge part of OSU’s run-stuffing defense over the last four seasons. He committed to the Cowboys as a four-star prospect out of high school and helped elevate the level of play in the trenches.

At Nebraska, Daniels joins his younger brother, Damion — who will henceforth be known as Sweet and Low Loaf — for his final collegiate season.

Daniels logged 64 tackles, 2 sacks and 9.5 tackles for loss in his OSU career. He played only four games as a senior after suffering an injury that cut short his season.

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