On Monday morning Indiana quarterback Jack Tuttle entered the NCAA transfer portal following Week 7.

A redshirt senior, Tuttle transferred to Indiana from Utah back in December 2018. He will continue playing throughout the remainder of the 2022 season, with the opportunity to help Indiana to win more football games.

In an interview with HoosiersNow.com writer Tom Brew, Tuttle wanted to let people know of his decision and that he will play the rest of the season at IU.

I love my teammates and I’m not going to leave them in the season. I know there are a ton of other people in the NCAA who leave in the middle of the season and I’m not going to do that. Nor will I let this be a distraction or affect how I prepare and lead the team. This just gives me the best chance to play next year and be in the best spot.

Tuttle has not seen action this season in 2022. But, the 6-foot-4 QB over four seasons with the Hoosiers has played in 14 games, completing a total of 95-of-170 passes for 819 yards with 4 touchdowns.

Connor Bazelak, a Missouri transfer, has been the starting quarterback for the Hoosiers this season, with Tuttle as the backup. Tuttle, who is a team captain, is seeking the best opportunity moving forward in playing football once again.