No, really: Glover may transfer to Elon
Bulls fans who were hoping to get their first look at redshirt freshman linebacker LeBrandon Glover in USF's season opener may indeed get their wish.
Glover, thought to be wavering in his decision to leave USF, confirmed Wednesday that he's definitely transferring out, with a new wrinkle: he's strongly considering Division I-AA Elon, which is USF's opponent for the Sept. 1 season opener. So his college debut would be against the Bulls.
"It'd be crazy," said Glover, who visited the North Carolina campus this week. "I don't really know what Coach (Jim) Leavitt would say about it, but I don't think he'd have a problem with it."
It's not that farfetched, in that USF defensive coordinator Wally Burnham's son Shane is a defensive assistant at Elon. Glover said the only other school he's considering is Jackson State, which would be closer to his family in Pensacola. He's making a visit there Thursday and will decide by Sunday.