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DeAnthony Arnett says he doesn't regret transferring to Michigan State

DeAnthony Arnett says he has "no regrets at all" about transferring to Michigan State.

Rick Osentoski-US PRESSWIRE

Spartans wide receiver DeAnthony Arnett spoke to the media for the first time in two months on Tuesday and says he does not regret transferring to Michigan State this season.

Arnett has just two receptions for 57 yards this season and has not played in the team's last three games.

Arnett told Chris Solari of the Lansing State Journal that this season has been a learning experience and he plans on staying at Michigan State next season.

As a freshman at Tennessee last season, Arnett had 24 receptions for 242 yards and two touchdowns. The NCAA allowed Arnett to transfer to Michigan State this off-season without sitting out a year because of his father's health condition.

Sophomore Keith Mumphery, junior Bennie Fowler, sophomore Tony Lippett and freshman Aaron Burbridge are currently the leading targets in the passing game for quarterback Andrew Maxwell.

Michigan State head coach Mark Dantonio said that "it's unfortunate" that Arnett wasn't redshirted this season.