Former Nebraska tight end Kurt Rafdal has found a new home.

Thursday, the former Huskers tight end announced that he has committed to Boise State, where he’ll continue his college football career. Rafdal made his decision public with a post on Twitter. He spent four seasons in Lincoln but with a redshirt year and the blanket waiver for the 2020 season, he can still play for two seasons with the Broncos.

“Excited to announce that I am committed to Boise State University! #BleedBlue,” Rafdal wrote on Twitter on Thursday afternoon.

During his career with the Huskers, Rafdal played in 26 games, suiting up in every game during the 2018 and 2020 seasons. In 2019, he appeared in six contests.

After sitting out the 2017 season as a true freshman, Rafdal played in all 12 games for the Huskers in 2018. He was credited with 4 catches for 67 yards, averaging 16.8 yards per reception. He has caught 2 total passes in the last two seasons for 10 yards.

Rafdal joins a Boise State team that finished 5-2 during the 2020 season, which included a 5-0 record against Mountain West opponents in the regular season. The two losses came against BYU and San Jose State in the Mountain West Championship Game.