Keston Cheathem Transferring to Oregon State
The 6-foot-3, 190-pound Cheathem said the experience at Michigan wonderful, and he had no regrets. "Everyone was great there," he said. "The winters were a little tough to get used to, but they weren't that bad. I'll be home for a little over a week, then I head to Oregon State on July 5."
Cheathem's Pomona teammate, defensive lineman Eugene Germany, originally planned to join his friend in Ann Arbor. That eventually happened when Germany signed with the Wolverines in February. Bowing to family pressure, he signed with USC as Cheathem was heading off to Ann Arbor. "He's there to stay," Cheathem said when asked if Germany would join him in Corvallis. "He's happy there and he's been told he's going to qualify."
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