Former Arkansas wide receiver La'Michael Pettway announced Monday he has committed to play for Iowa State.

Pettway, a graduate transfer, was the Razorbacks leading wide receiver last season.

Filed Under: Arkansas Sports
Originally published on SECRant.com

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14 Comments
This is definitely a great play for him. Iowa St has a good coach and a good QB with no clear top WR.
Reply3 months
He will like that conference because the DV’s play 20 yards off of the line of scrimmage.
Reply3 months
DB’s
3 months
Will allow him to maybe catch a few balls. He needs plenty of sticky gloves though. I my opinon good riddance. Freshman wide outs and TE's on campus well more then make up for his lack luster Arkansas career.
3 months
Why not stay at Arky?
Reply3 months
One reason. Lack of playing time. He saw writing on the wall.
3 months
Cyclones are a side move
Reply3 months
Says a lot about a program to transfer out after you're their no.1 option all year.
Reply3 months
Yeah. It says he was fixing to get overran by incoming freshman. If you don't have knowledge of situation keep comments to yourself. You ain't got a clue what your talking about.
3 months
Arkansas is a shite program. That's why the kid left. Now go fondle your sister while you share a bag of Red Man.
3 months
"Yeah. It says he was fixing to get overran by incoming freshman. If you don't have knowledge of situation keep comments to yourself. You ain't got a clue what your talking about."..... English, MFer, do you speak it???
2 months
He's taking his talents to Ames
Reply3 months
His playing time was fixing to be cut dramatically. He saw writing on the wall. Wish him the best at Iowa State though. Go Hogs.
Reply3 months
Of course this is true.
2 months
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