Orgeron ‘wasn’t happy’ with defensive end’s decision to transfer from USC to UT

USC lost scholarships, vacated wins and were banned from bowl game for two years by the NCAA for a lack of institutional control.
It wasn’t a problem for Jackson.
The junior defensive end had decided he would stay at USC and finish out his two years of eligibility.
That’s until he received a call from new Tennessee coach Derek Dooley.
He asked Jackson to transfer to UT, which he agreed to do on Monday. The 6-foot-5, 245-pound Jackson will be eligible to play this season.

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