Vernon Adams long journey from Eastern Washington University to Oregon is finally at an end.
It was announced today that Adams is able to enroll at Oregon's graduate school, according to the schools registrar. He hasn't enrolled yet in to any classes, as his next opportunity to do so won't be until August 5th. The fact that the school is admitting him seems to clear up any uncertainty about his academic status stemming from some comments that Adams made back in June about completion of a math class. Once he finally begins classes, Adams will have the ability to start working out and conditioning with the rest of the team.
While at EWU, Adams redshirted his freshmen year, but then proceeded to start the following three years. While a starter, the 5'11" Adams threw for 110 touchdowns (adding another 11 touchdowns on the ground) to 31 interceptions, while racking up 10,438 yards and a completion percentage of 64.8. He was also twice a runner-up for the Walter Payton award, which is given out to the best FCS player.
Here's to hoping that Adams journey to suit up