Josh Jarboe will be back in Oklahoma before long.
The former Oklahoma freshman wide receiver has enrolled at Troy, the university announced Wednesday.
Troy spokesman Ricky Hazel said the Alabama school is still trying to determine whether Jarboe will be allowed to play this season or sit out one season under NCAA rules.
If declared eligible, Jarboe could have an instant impact on a Trojan offense that averaged 34 points per game last season.
The Trojans gained 562 yards during last season's 41-23 defeat of Oklahoma State.
Troy, defending co-champs of the Sun Belt Conference, travels to OSU on Sept. 27.
"Troy University has always been interested in providing opportunities for young people to better themselves, and this is a situation where a young man who has made some mistakes is looking for a second chance,” Trojans coach Larry Blakeney said in a statement.
"I have met with Josh, and I am convinced that he is ready, and willing, to do the things we need for him to do to be a productive member of both this football team and the Troy University community.”
Sooner coach Bob Stoops dismissed Jarboe from the team two weeks ago after a video of Jarboe's obscenity-laced rap about shooting people made its way around the Internet.