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Former Husker Wan'Dale Robinson transferring to Kentucky

Former Husker Wan'Dale Robinson transferring to Kentucky

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Wan’Dale Robinson totaled 1,725 all-purpose yards and seven touchdowns in 18 games with the Huskers.

Sam McKewon, Tom Shatel, Dirk Chatelain and Evan Bland discuss a wealth of developments with Nebraska football including departures and returns. The crew looks at key offensive departures including Wan'Dale Robinson and Dedrick Mills. They also discuss several Husker defenders choosing to return, giving Nebraska a veteran look next season.

Former Nebraska receiver Wan’Dale Robinson is transferring to the school where he originally committed in high school — Kentucky.

Robinson announced the news Friday on Twitter. He’ll have three years of eligibility left and a good chance of playing immediately for the Wildcats if he applies for a NCAA waiver, due to his mother contracting COVID-19.

Whether he can duplicate his numbers from Nebraska may depend on who Kentucky has at quarterback. The Wildcats’ primary 2020 starter, Terry Wilson, entered the transfer portal.

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