Senior WR for Nebraska will reportedly use extra year of eligibility in 2021
Levi Falck was a South Dakota Coyote for four years before he became a graduate transfer in 2020 and was reborn a Nebraska Cornhusker in Lincoln, Nebraska for his fifth.
Falck, maybe disappointed he did not get to play in front of the rollicking sellout crowds at Memorial Stadium due to restrictions tied to the COVID-19 pandemic, has announced he’ll be back for a second grad-transfer campaign, and sixth season of college football, in 2021.
The news was reported first at the World-Herald Big Red, a Cornhuskers athletics site.
Falck played in 8 eight Cornhusker’s games last season. He caught 13 balls, third best on the team, for 122 yards and a single touchdown. Nebraska finished 3-5 in 2020.
Prior to transferring to Nebraska, Falck played 24 games and made 14 starts at South Dakota, which plays at the FCS level. He totaled 70 receptions for 774 yards and 2 touchdowns from 2016-19.
Falck’s return will help provide Nebraska’s offense with some depth at the wide receiver position.