The 2017 season turned out to be the last in East Lansing for Michigan State running back Madre London. The rising senior announced his decision to leave the program Friday. He plans on taking advantage of the graduate transfer rule and will play his final collegiate season elsewhere in 2018.
In his three seasons on the field for Michigan State, London racked up 924 rushing yards and 8 touchdowns on the ground. The Florida native originally came to Michigan State as a 2014 signee.
Here’s the statement London posted to Twitter announcing his decision:
Forever and Always will be a Spartan Dawg. 💯 pic.twitter.com/bfne8yLpaf
— Madre London (@madrelondon) February 9, 2018