Ex-Nebraska football quarterback gets another Bay Area offer

Former Nebraska football quarterback Chubba Purdy got yet another Bay Area school coming calling for his services.

Nebraska Cornhuskers quarterback Chubba Purdy (12)
Nebraska Cornhuskers quarterback Chubba Purdy (12) / Dylan Widger-USA TODAY Sports

While Nebraska football team is getting ready to welcome Dylan Raiola to Lincoln officially, one former Husker quarterback is still on the lookout for his new team. And the more offers that roll in, the more it seems as if he might end up going to school pretty close to his brother.

It wasn’t long after Raiola signed on the dotted line that Chubba Purdy decided it was time for him to go play elsewhere. In fact, it was only a matter of hours before the man who once looked like he had the inside shot at the starting QB for 2024, was on his way out the door.

Since announcing that he was entering the transfer portal, Purdy hasn’t had any problem getting offers. There have been a number of Power 5 schools that have come calling. There have also been some Group of 5 schools that look like they might be better fits.

Another school stepped up earlier this week and took its best shot at Purdy. And it’s starting to look as though there is a consensus forming on where Purdy might like to end up. San Jose State is one of the most recent offers.

Could the former Nebraska football star end up playing in the same state as his older brother Brock Purdy? It’s looking more and more like that’s exactly could be happen.

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Where Purdy ends up is still not as interesting as what the Nebraska football team is going to do at the quarterback position in 2024. For the second straight year, the Huskers had two signal-callers enter the portal.

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Last year it was Casey Thompson and Logan Smothers. This year it was Purdy and and Jeff Sims. Most Nebraska football fans are going to pay closer attention to what Dylan Raiola does in the spring, but Chubba Purdy’s new team is at least a bit interesting, just to see if he can finally put it all together and have the success Matt Rhule thought he would be capable of if he was healthy.