A Michigan kicker has entered the NCAA transfer portal.

Angelique Chengelis of the Detroit News reported that backup kicker Cole Hussung has decided to look for opportunities outside of Ann Arbor. The news comes after Jake Moody decided to return for the 2022 campaign.

Moody was named the B1G Kicker of the Year, becoming the first player in Michigan history to claim the honor. It was unlikely that Hussung would carve out any substantial playing time next fall for the Wolverines.

Moody was successful on 18-of-19 field goal attempts for the Wolverines during the 2021 season. That included a career-long 52-yard field goal. He also kicked off 85 times with 54 touchbacks.

For the year, Moody was also 56-of-56 on PAT tries.

In his career at Michigan, Moody has been successful on 35-of-43 field goal attempts, an 81.4% clip. He’ll be a true asset for the Wolverines on special teams during the 2022 campaign.

Hussung has spent two seasons at Michigan, joining the team in 2020. He has attempted just one kickoff, which went for a touchback, in the Wolverines’ win over Northern Illinois.

Hussung will have four years of eligibility to use at his next destination.