Chandler Anthony isn’t done with football after all.
The offensive lineman spent four seasons at North Texas before leaving the program with a season of eligibility remaining this spring.
Anthony confirmed to the Denton Record-Chronicle on Sunday that he will play this fall as a graduate transfer at Oklahoma State, where his younger brother, Hunter Anthony, is a key member of the Cowboys offensive line.
“I was ready to take the next step in my life and I felt like I had experienced everything I wanted to football-wise at UNT,” Anthony said. “But getting one more year with my brother was impossible to pass up.”
Hunter Anthony is a redshirt sophomore at OSU. He started four games for the Cowboys last season and is expected to be a key part of their lineup moving forward.
Farrell subsequently landed at UNT, where he will sit out the upcoming season