ABILENE, Texas - Wednesday night ACU junior quarterback Dallas Sealey announced on his Twitter page that he has left Abilene Christian University and the Wildcat football program for which he will then use his final year of eligibility at another institution.
Sealey was suspended the final three games of this season under first-year coach Adam Dorrel due to violating a team rule per ACU athletics.
Sealey’s sophomore year was his most prolific, finishing in the top 3 of the Southland Conference in completions, completion percentage, passing yards, passing yards per game, touchdowns and total offense with 2,773 yards and 19 TD’s. In his career at ACU, the Lawton, OK native finishes with over 4,000 yards passing and 25 TD’s.
In his announcement post, Sealey said “I’d like to that Abilene Christian University for giving me the chance to fulfill my dream of playing DI football. With that being said, I’ve been granted my release and will be transferring to play both football and baseball at another school for my final year of eligibility.”
It is not known at this time where Sealey will enroll.
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