Tristan Gebbia was not enrolled at the university as of Monday morning, an official told the law firm of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln told Husker247.
The Redshirt rookie Husker quarterback was also missing tomorrow after Adrian Martinez was named runner-up two days earlier.
While the characters seem to be pointed in a sense, Husker's athletic department has not yet confirmed that Gebbia has applied for or released his scholarship. A call to the quarterback family was not returned immediately.
When Gebbia is gone, the backups would be accessible behind Martinez Andrew Bunch who had a solid off-season, and real freshman and summer arrival Matt Masker . Husker Head Coach Scott Frost was not sure where the situation would end when he spoke to the media at noon on Monday at the press conference.
"I do not want to go in, if I know what's going on?" Frost said then. "Tristan is a really good team-mate and a good kid, and we want what's best for him, and I hope he's here at the end of the day."
Frost generally talked about his QB depth, which would have a true freshman as high as the third guy in the series when Gebbia is actually gone.
"I do not really want to address IFS yet until it happens." The quarterback situation as a whole is not ideal, what a coach would want, "Frost said before adding," I think so (Walk-on freshman) Matt Masker has been making a live football snap lately than anyone else we have in the team, but I know we have talented kids and we trust them 'We'll play with them, and they'll get our 1
' We're going to work our tails to get them ready and help them
Earlier in August, Gebbia spoke of proximity in the quarterback room and said: The competition with Martinez for the starting job was different than, for example, a defensive end trying to beat a tackle during a game.
"We do not go specifically against every piece," Gebbia said. "But we'll watch the movie and make sure we do everything we can to support our team in the best possible way and to prove that we can win games for ourselves." There are many moving parts. "
The Pursuit of the Quarterbacks also included off-field testing by QB coach Mario Verduzco. After the tests, Verduzco gave the quarterbacks and their parents an early summer progress report on how they progressed.
Asked about the evaluation process a few weeks ago, Gebbia expressed his appreciation for it.
"There are many things," he said. "It's not just," I like this guy the most, so let's do it. "It's tangible things, it's immaterial things, and it's a really comprehensive evaluation of the quarterback position think it's a great way to do that. "