Former Minnesota quarterback, wide receiver and tight end Seth Green has found a new home.

Thursday, Green announced on Twitter that he has committed to play at Houston to finish his college football career. He spent five seasons at Minnesota, redshirting during the 2016 campaign. With the NCAA’s blanket waiver for all fall student-athletes competing during the 2020-21 season, Green will have one year of eligibility remaining.

Green was used in multiple roles during his time with the Golden Gophers, and was especially effective as a wildcat quarterback in goal line situations. He played in 33 career games at Minnesota and rushed for 338 yards and 15 touchdowns on 114 attempts. He also had 83 receiving yards and 57 passing yards in his four seasons on the field.

Last season, Green appeared in all 7 games, rushing for 7 yards and 2 touchdowns and catching 3 passes for 38 yards. The Gophers ended the year with a 3-4 record.

Houston played 8 games last season and finished with a 3-5 record. It was the second year under head coach Dana Holgersen. In two years, the Cougars are 7-13 under Holgersen.