It looks like La Crosse native Kobe King is headed to a Big Ten rival.
The University of Wisconsin transfer appears to be headed to Nebraska, according to ESPN. If the guard is to play for the Cornhuskers next season, he will have to be granted a waiver by the NCAA.
If he does not receive the waiver, King will have to sit out a year, but would still have two years of eligibility remaining.
Over 19 starts this season, King averaged 10 points for the Badgers, before announcing he was leaving the team, saying the program wasn’t a fit for him as a player or person.
Nebraska coach Fred Hoiberg was interested in King out of Central High School and had offered him a scholarship, before he committed to Wisconsin.