LINCOLN, NE – SEPTEMBER 08: Head coach Scott Frost of the Nebraska Cornhuskers leads the team on the field before the game against the Colorado Buffaloes at Memorial Stadium on September 8, 2018 in Lincoln, Nebraska. (Photo by Steven Branscombe/Getty Images)Quarterback has been a trouble spot for Nebraska football through the slow start to the Scott Frost tenure, especially with freshman starter Adrian Martinez dealing with injuries early in the year.Luckily, the Huskers are getting some help with depth at the crucial position.Noah Vedral transferred from UCF, shortly after Frost made the move from Orlando to Lincoln. It wasn’t without drama.UCF attempted to block Vedral’s move. To avoid it, Vedral elected to walk-on for the Huskers.The Nebraska native still faced a potential year off due to the transfer. The Huskers put in a waiver, and after the first month-and-a-half of the season, the NCAA granted it to him and ruled him immediately eligible.Now, Scott Frost has made a big change to Noah Vedral’s place on the Nebraska football depth chart.Vedral has been bumped up to QB2, behind only Martinez.Scott Frost said Noah Vedral will be the No. 2 QB headed into the Ohio State game. #huskers— Sam McKewon (@swmckewonOWH) November 1, 2018He wound up making his debut during Nebraska’s last game, the win over Bethune-Cookman. It wasn’t the most impressive appearance; Vedral completed 2-of-9 passes for 29 yards, and ran seven times for 13 yards.At UCF last year, backing up star McKenzie Milton, he was 22-for-29 for 276 yards and a touchdown, playing in six games.The best news for Vedral is that he may still retain a year of eligibility. Thanks to a new NCAA rule, he can play in a total of four games this season and not lose the full year.After Frost took over the job, Nebraska saw a few quarterbacks transfer out, leaving Martinez as the only healthy, eligible scholarship player at the position to start the year. Walk-on Andrew Bunch played okay earlier in the year, stepping in for Martinez after he was hurt late in the game against Colorado, but clearly Frost thinks Vedral gives Nebraska the better chance to win, if Martinez is forced out of the game again.