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Bomar takes a look at UH


Copyright 2006 Houston Chronicle

Former Oklahoma quarterback Rhett Bomar, who was kicked off the team last week after it was revealed he violated NCAA rules, visited the University of Houston campus Tuesday, keeping open the chance he might transfer to the school next semester.

Bomar toured the facilities and met with UH head coach Art Briles. Should Bomar, a redshirt sophomore, commit to a Division I-A school, it is believed Houston would be a strong possibility. Bomar is also considering Division I-AA school Sam Houston State. If Bomar transfers to a Division I-A school, he must sit out a minimum of one season because of NCAA transfer rules. That does not include the possible suspension he faces from the NCAA.

Bomar was dismissed from the OU team after an investigation determined he and offensive guard J.D. Quinn had accepted compensation above the work performed for a booster.

Bomar, of Grand Prairie, played in all 12 games (11 starts) for Oklahoma as a redshirt freshman in 2005, passing for 2,018 yards and 10 TDs.

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