Jake Constantine has decided to change his transfer destination from Towson to Washington State.
Constantine originally planned to use his graduate transfer to play his final season of eligibility at Towson. Towson is a member of the CAA, which decided earlier this month to suspend its football season.
Constantine was a two-year starter with Weber State and he put up remarkably similar numbers both seasons. In 2018, he completed 208 of his 341 passes (61%) for 2,205 yards, 18 touchdowns, and 12 interceptions. He added another touchdown on the ground.
2019 saw him complete 210 of his 344 passes (61%) for 2,223 yards, 15 touchdowns, and 10 interceptions. He had one touchdown rushing as well.
With Constantine at the helm, the Wildcats made deep runs in the FCS Playoffs in both 2018 and 2019. They made the quarterfinals in 2018 before a loss to Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) team Maine 23-18 ended their run. They made it a step further in 2019 to the semifinals but were once against bested by a CAA team in James Madison 30-14.
Constantine is expected to walk-on to the Washington State roster. The Cougars are currently expected to begin the 2020 season at Oregon State on Saturday, September 26 as the Pac-12 will play a conference only schedule.