Scott Frost Announces Nebraska's Starting QB For 2022 Season

Scott Frost has picked his beginning quarterback for the impending 2022 school football season.

The Cornhuskers are hoping to supplant Adrian Martinez, who moved to Kansas State during the offseason.

One man has won the job. Frost announced this Thursday night that it will be Texas transfer Casey Thompson under center when Nebraska battles the Northwestern Wildcats in Ireland on Aug. 27.

Thompson has a lot of university experience and will not be threatened by Northwestern to start the 2022 season.

In three years at Texas, Thompson had 2,422 yards passing and 30 scores with nine picks. He added 210 yards and five scores on the ground.

Frost plainly prefers Thompson's double danger capacity and generally speaking university experience.

Both traits likely played a factor in Nebraska's quarterback competition. It also helps Thompson took a "big jump" in camp, per Frost.

Frost, meanwhile, is under heavy pressure to have a big year at Nebraska this season

If the Huskers don't at least go bowling, his seat will be hotter than ever.

Nebraska football begins the season a week from this Saturday when the Huskers battle Northwestern in Ireland.

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