Durden transfers to Youngstown State

By STAFF REPORT
On July 3, 2014

Kenneth Durden started 11 of 12 games with the Bulls last season. ORACLE FILE PHOTO/TONY GORDON

Kenneth Durden will officially not return to the Bulls for the 2014 season following his transfer to Youngstown State. 

After a Jan. 18 arrest in his on-campus apartment for possession of marijuana, the redshirt junior was put on indefinite leave from the team by coach Willie Taggart.

Despite being placed on leave, Durden was listed on the roster when spring practices began. In two seasons with the Bulls, Durden recorded 45 tackles and one interception. 

The Bulls are now forced to find a new defensive back for the upcoming season as Durden started 11 of the Bulls’ 12 games last season. 

Staff report

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