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OSU Football: OL Arlington Hambright Transferring to Colorado

Despite conflicting media reports, Hambright confirmed he’s indeed leaving OSU.



Arlington Hambright is transferring to Colorado, the now-former Oklahoma State offensive lineman announced on his Twitter Monday morning.


The past few weeks, there had been back and forth speculation whether Hambright would transfer from OSU. First, according to The Oklahoman, he was transferring. Then, according to, he was staying because Josh Henson was leaving. Now he’s officially going, validating the original report.

Hambright becomes the *counts on fingers* ninth player since the beginning of the school year to transfer from OSU. Here’s the updated list from Dustin Ragusa’s article on transfers from yesterday:

• Darrion Daniels, DT → Nebraska
• John Kolar, QB → Iowa State
• Keondre Wudtee, QB → N/A
• JD King, RB → Georgia Southern
• Jalen McCleskey, WR → Tulane
• Patrick Macon, LB → N/A
• Thabo Mwaniki, S → Houston
• Za’Carrius Green, S → N/A
• Arlinton Hambright → Colorado

A few weeks ago, Dustin also wrote a piece projecting what the Cowboys’ left tackle spot could look like in 2019 if Hambright were to transfer, so here that is.

Hambright started the Cowboys first five games of the season before injuries kept him out until the Liberty Bowl. With Hambright’s departure, OSU’s core group of linemen it used in 2018 will be without Shane Richards (graduation), Deionte Noel (graduation) and now Hambright in 2019.

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