Is Former UCF and Nebraska QB Noah Vedral ABUSING the Transfer Portal?


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I don't think this is how Noah Vedral saw his college football career going. He started off getting recruited to UCF to play for Scott Frost and the Knights in Orlando, but when Frost made the move to Nebraska after Vedral's freshman season, the talented QB went with him.

Now a sophomore, staying with his coach, he was prepared for the challenge of a new school, new location, and new teammates. One of those teammates happened to be stud freshman quarterback Adrian Martinez. In Vedral's first season at Nebraska he got in one game. In that game, he completed two passes and threw an interception. Martinez was a standout as a freshman.

As a junior, the story changes a little. Adrian Martinez gets bogged down with injuries and Vedral gets more playing time, but he splits time with a talented freshman with professional pedigree, Luke McCaffrey. Vedral scores three touchdowns on the ground but doesn't have much success in the passing game behind a young offensive line. He does have a shining moment when he lead the Huskers down the field to beat Northwestern 13-10.

Going into his senior season, Vedral had a choice to make. He decided to transfer out of Nebraska. Moving onto his third team of his college career surely won't be easy but it's a challenge the Vedral is prepared for. While Nebraska fans have generally had a positive response in wishing Vedral the best, some are asking the question "Is he abusing the transfer portal?"

That's why we at Open Mike are asking you exactly that. Let your voices be heard in the poll below!


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