Patrick Skov Transfers To Georgia Tech

Stanford transfer Patrick Skov will continue his last year of football eligibility at Georgia Tech. Skov will enroll at Tech for the summer semester and enter their MBA program. Patrick will be eligible for the 2015 season.

Profile - Patrick Skov

"I am pleased to inform you about some exciting news that lie ahead."

"I am proud to say that I will be graduating in June from Stanford University with a degree in International Relations, at which point I will be transferring to the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech), where I have been accepted into the MBA program. Under NCAA guidelines, I will also be extending my football eligibility for another year with the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets."

"This was not an easy decision. I have nothing but the fondest memories and greatest appreciation for all my experiences at Stanford, both academically and with the football program. I have the utmost respect for Coach Shaw, my coaches, teammates, professors and classmates. I will cherish forever everything they have given me."

"I am honored to have played a part in Stanford's a[appearances in consecutive Rose Bowls, in the Pac-12 championship, and in a bowl game during each of years here. I am fortunate to have played along side my brother."

"My love for Stanford will always run deep."

At the same time, The Georgia Tech football team offers me an unique opportunity. I relish the chance to join the Yellow Jackets in their ongoing pursuit of the ACC Championship. At the same time, I am hopeful that standing as a three-time member of the Academic all Pac-12 team, combined with a MBA from Georgia Tech, will help me realize my personal and professional goals."

Again, I am humbled and deeply appreciative of my four unforgettable years at Stanford, while at the same time excited about the wonderful opportunities that await me at Georgia Tech. My heartfelt thanks to all those who have guided me along the way." Top Stories