LINCOLN, Neb. -- A former Husker quarterback has jumped ship on another Division I program.
According to Louisville Head Coach Scott Satterfield, red-shirt freshman Luke McCaffrey is no longer with the Cardinals.
Satterfield says McCaffrey was on campus for roughly a week, participated in 3 to 4 summer workouts, and decided to leave the program because he wanted to come in and be the starting quarterback.
Last season, splitting reps with Adrian Martinez, the former four-star prospect threw for 466 yards, one touchdown and three interceptions.
McCaffrey had committed to Louisville in February after leaving Nebraska the month prior.