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Former Woodland Hills star Mundy transfers to West Virginia

| Saturday, May 5, 2007

Former Woodland Hills football star Ryan Mundy, who graduated from Michigan last Saturday, will play at West Virginia next fall, his father, Greg, said Friday night.

Greg Mundy said the NCAA granted Ryan another year of eligibility because he's registered for graduate classes at West Virginia, where he will enter its athletic coaching (Ace) program.

Mundy, who earned a business degree at Michigan, will be immediately eligible to play football at West Virginia because Michigan doesn't offer a similar post-graduate program.

"All the T's are crossed and the I's dotted," Greg Mundy said.

Ryan wasn't available for comment last night.

Mundy, who was the Tribune-Review Quad-A Player of the Year in 2002, played 35 career games, with 18 starts, at Michigan. He was a member of the Michigan football team from 2003-2006, but he injured his shoulder in 2005 and took a medical redshirt.

He earned his third letter at Michigan last season but started only six games, with one interception.

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