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Nebraska’s Bell decides to transfer

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Nebraska Cornhuskers running back Greg Bell has announced his intentions to transfer away from the program. He was only at the school for several months.

Bell signed with Nebraska after being the No. 2-ranked JUCO recruit in the country. He played the first four games with the team.



According to a new NCAA rule, established in June 2018, players can play the first four games of the season. Then, after that point, they are allowed to make a decision to stay or more on to another institution.

Bell made his announcement on Friday and did not travel with the winless Cornhuskers. Nebraska faces the No. 16 Wisconsin Badgers in Madison, Wisconsin.

The junior college transfer began the season as the team’s starting running back. He then lost the role to one of his former teammates.

Bell was granted his release by Nebraska after saying he wanted to transfer.

“[I] earned the starting job and feel I have continued to work the same way but feel I am not being used to my fullest potential,” Bell said to ESPN.

Bell is the second Nebraska player, who announced their attention to transfer this week. Sophomore wide receiver Tyjon Lindsey, who was ranked as the 78th-best prospect in the Class of 2017, made the similar decision.


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