Peyton Ramsey could’ve stuck around Northwestern for one more season if he wanted to take advantage of the NCAA’s blanket waiver for all fall student-athletes from the 2020 season. But it doesn’t appear that will be the case.

On his Instagram account, Ramsey posted a phot from the Citrus Bowl with the comment, “A Storybook Ending.”

Ramsey spent one season at Northwestern, transferring after spending the previous four years at Indiana. He was a starter for the Hoosiers throughout his career in Bloomington. He shared time with Michael Penix Jr. during the 2019 season but Ramsey opted to move on before the start of the 2020 campaign.

It worked out well for the Wildcats.

Northwestern improved from a 3-9 record in 2019 to finishing 7-2 in 2020, winning the B1G West and challenging Ohio State in the B1G Championship Game. Ramsey closed out the season with 1,733 yards and 12 touchdowns with 8 interceptions while completing 61% of his passes.

Ramsey also rushed for 247 yards and 3 additional touchdowns.

In his final game with the Wildcats in the Citrus Bowl, Ramsey earned the game’s MVP honors after completing 24-of-35 passes for 291 yards and 3 touchdowns, while rushing for 50 yards and another score in a 35-19 win over Auburn.

Over the course of his four seasons at Indiana and Northwestern, Ramsey threw for 8,314 yards and 54 touchdowns with a completion percentage than 65% for his career. He also rushed 1,095 yards and 17 touchdowns.