Anu Solomon is no longer a member of the Baylor football program.
On Tuesday, Bears head coach Matt Rhule announced Solomon, who came to Baylor as a graduate transfer and started the season as the starting quarterback, has withdrawn from the university.
According to Rhule, Solomon made the decision after not being medically cleared by the team doctors.
Solomon has been dealing with concussion-like symptoms for weeks and as a result has fallen behind with his schoolwork.
“Anu has missed too much school so he’s medically withdrawn from school so he didn’t take all F’s in the graduate school,” Rhule said at his weekly press conference. “He’s having a hard time keeping up academically, so he’s not in school anymore.”
During his brief time at Baylor, Solomon threw for 399 yards, four touchdowns and two interceptions. The 22-year-old signal-caller added 106 yards on the ground.
Solomon started the first two games of the season, before being knocked out of the game in Week 2 against UTSA with a concussion. That was his last action as a member of the program.