Former Minnesota quarterback Demry Croft has found a new home.

The ex-Gopher has settled on Tennessee State University, an FCS program, to complete his academic and football career. Croft made the announcement on Sunday morning via Twitter.

“Tennessee State is my new home. Go Tigers,” he tweeted.

Croft appeared in nine games for Minnesota in 2017, making six starts. He threw for 674 yards with four touchdowns and seven interceptions while completing just 41 percent of his passes. Croft also rushed for 311 yards and four scores.

Head coach P.J. Fleck rotated between Croft and senior quarterback Conor Rhoda throughout the year.

Croft was absent from the team for three weeks for undisclosed reasons. However, Fleck did say that the quarterback needed to get some things in order before returning to the program.

One of Croft’s top performances of the season came against Nebraska, when he rushed for 183 yards and three touchdowns on just 10 carries. He also threw for 105 yards and earned B1G Player of the Week honors for his efforts.

Tennessee State finished the 2017 season with a  6-5 record.