The Nebraska Cornhuskers football team has a new quarterback as a member of their recruiting class in the form of Bode Soukup.
The Nebraska Cornhuskers football team got itself another quarterback commit on Monday in the form of Bode Soukup.
Of course, this particular recruit isn’t going to count against the team’s scholarship count just yet. Instead, Soukup is taking a preferred walk-on offer for the Huskers.
The Blair, Nebraska prospect might not be one of the most heralded quarterbacks in the class overall, but he is considered someone who can handle himself on the football field quite well.
Soukup has completed 65 percent of his passes for 1,048 yards and nine passing touchdowns. Soukup also has a pair of rushing touchdowns. Soukup taking the preferred walk-on offer means that both Nebraska Cornhuskers quarterbacks in the 2024 class are in-state, joining scholarship player Daniel Kaelin.
Nebraska football star rooting for teammates
DeShon Singleton might be out for “an extended time,” but that doesn’t mean he’s lost interest in what the Nebraska Cornhuskers are doing. In fact, the JUCO transfer defensive back was on social media during the Illinois game, showing what a good teammate looks like.
Singleton appears to be exactly the kind of guy Nebraska football fans should want on the team. Of course, they also should want him back on the field.
Nebraska Cornhuskers volleyball gets another honor
Another week, another Huskers volleyball player getting Big Ten honors. This time around, it’s Lindsey Krause getting the honor.
The Junior was named the Big Ten Player of the Week. The Huskers have been dominant as a team and as individuals this year. If they are undefeated after this coming weekend, it would certainly seem there will be more awards coming.
For now, Nebraska Cornhuskers fans can celebrate another of John Cook’s protege’s getting honored.
Nebraska football gets Northwestern game time
The Nebraska Cornhuskers are going to be celebrating the anniversary of Memorial Stadium in the middle of the afternoon once they are done with their bye week.
The Big Ten announced the kick times of all the Week 8 games and that includes the Huskers, who will face off against Northwestern at 2:30 pm.
Nebraska Cornhuskers picked 12th
There is quite a bit of excitement around Hoiberg’s Heroes; however, it doesn’t appear the conference media is all that impressed.
The Huskers were picked to finish 12th out of 14 this year. Minnesota and Penn State were the only two teams behind them.