The Nebraska Cornhuskers football team got itself one last talented transfer player out of the portal. Lucky number 10 was none other than the tight end it has been trying to land for the last few weeks. And while the Nebraska football team couldn’t land Brett Seither from Georgia, it was able to land his teammate Arik Gilbert.
Gilbert, like Seither didn’t get a ton of playing time for Georgia though it’s possible he’s actually the better of the two transfers. The reason he hasn’t seen much playing time since deciding to play between the hedges is that he’s had some injury problems. In 2020, when he played for LSU, he did show flashes of being an impact player.
He’ll join teammate MJ Sherman on the Nebraska Cornhuskers and fans of the program will hope that both former members of the two-time National Championship squad can be immediate impact players in Lincoln.
Other Nebraska Cornhuskers News
- While there’s certainly a lot to celebrate about who the Nebraska football team landed in the transfer portal and on early signing day, Husker commit Malachi Coleman laid down a hint last night that should have fans’ tongues wagging:
- We’ve talked a bit about the fact that former Nebraska Cornhuskers coach Ryan Held is back in the state as the head coach of UNK. On Thursday, he added another former player to his staff in the form of former defensive back Eric Lee. He’ll coach the secondary for the Lopers.
- When Brett Maher struggled in the divisional playoff round, there were plenty of people who thought he might lose his job. That hasn’t happened yet, but the Cowboys did sign a new kicker to their practice squad. It’s a safe bet that should Maher struggle again, and the Cowboys win again, Tristan Vizcaino might be next man up.
Other Sports News
- The rivalry between the Nebraska Cornhuskers and Colorado Buffaloes is real. That includes in recruiting as both schools have new head coaches that are having a good winter in that area. On Thursday, the Buffs managed to flip 5-star cornerback Cormani McClain from Miami.
- If the Chiefs and Bills meet in the AFC Championship Game next week, it will be at a neutral site. It appears tickets are going to be selling fast for that game, should it come to be. The NFL announced this morning that 50,000 tickets have already been purchased. As a fan of chaos and the Bengals, here’s hoping next week’s AFC Championship is between Cincy and the Jags.