Charlie Goro made his college decision during his junior year; he was going to Vanderbilt.
And he stuck with the choice through his 14-0 senior season at Maine South, and the state title.
There is one problem: Bobby Johnson is no longer the coach.
And now, Goro will no longer be at Vandy.
Commodore coach James Franklin confirmed to The Tennessean back in June that Goro would no longer be with the program.
From the Tennessean: "Basically it comes down to this: We have a high standard for everyone on the team. But the reality is the quarterbacks are going to be under a different microscope, from a leadership standpoint with teammates to commitment level
all those things. We felt like internally it was in his best interest to move on."
Goro has transferred South Dakota where he will play defensive back. The Coyotes return a strong group of players at the position and competition will be tough for Goro to see the field.
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Football | Maine South grad Goro now at South Dakota after leaving Vanderbilt
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