Michigan State football freshman kicker Jack Stone has stated that he would be entering the NCAA transfer portal after a season
in which the Spartans only tried 12 total field goals, frequently choosing to go for it on fourth down.
This season, Stone made two of four field goals and fifteen of sixteen extra points, totaling 21 points for the Spartans.
He did make a fantastic 51-yard field goal last week against Penn State.
Since Tucker took over the programme in 2020, Stone is the Spartans' second scholarship kicker to leave the team.
Last year, Jack Olsen, a 2020 signing class member, transferred to Northwestern.
Patton, who still had three seasons left to play, signed with Michigan State late in the fall camp.
It's unknown if he will play for the Spartans again next year, despite the fact that he was listed as a senior day player in this month's home finale.
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