LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WIAT) -- UPDATE(2x): A report confirms former Auburn running back, Michael Dyer, will attend the University of Louisville this fall.
He accepted a scholarship offer from Louisville according to Fitz Hill, the president of Arkansas Baptist College who has served as Dyer's mentor.
UPDATE(1): Michael Dyer may have found a new home. According to the Louisville Courier-Journal,Dyer has been added to Louisville's database in the registrar office.
Dyer has until August 26, 2013 to register for the Fall semester.
ORIGINAL: Michael Dyer, former Auburn running back, has chosen a new university to attend this coming Fall.
An internet website reports Dyer is not revealing which school at this time. CBS 42 sports is working on finding out the details.
We will update this story when more information becomes available.
As an Auburn Tiger, Dyer earned the MVP title during the 2010 National Championship game. After failing a drug test from the University, Dyer transferred to Arkansas State.
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