Langston Provitt retiring from football, set to transfer from Ohio
Langston Provitt, a cornerback with the Ohio Bobcats, is walking away from the game to live his life as a normal college student, citing future health reasons. Provitt was recently listed as having a "head injury" prior to spring ball. Provitt was a projected starter for Ohio in 2016, but felt it was time to leave the game. Provitt, a sophomore, will finish his semester at Ohio, then transfer to an institution in Florida, his home state. Provitt had 11 tackles, two pass breakups, an interception, and a forced fumble last season as a true freshman.
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