Nick Bousso, the Texas State quarterback, said he plans to return to the field for the Texas Longhorns in 2018.
Boussos absence from the field has been a sore spot for the Longhorns over the past two seasons.
Bosely, who missed most of last season with a torn ACL, has struggled to play since returning to the lineup after a four-game absence.
Bosely said that although he has struggled with a knee injury for the past couple of years, he feels healthy and ready to return.
Boseso said he has a chance to play next year and said he will be able to do so this year.
Bosingly said he felt good enough last year that he was willing to take a knee for the first time.
Bousso said he was injured on a pass play last year.
After he left the game, he was rushed to the hospital, where he underwent an MRI.
Bosis said the MRI showed a tear in the ACL.
BOSELY: ‘You just gotta make sure you’re 100 percent.
‘You can’t get back on the field if you don’t feel 100 percent.’
Bosels knee injury has left him in a very precarious position on the football field.
He is currently recovering from the torn ACL in his left knee and was limited to six starts this season.
Bosity, who is the fourth-year junior, was the Longhorn starting quarterback during the season opener in 2017.
He led Texas to its first bowl win in school history.
The Longhorns finished 10-2 with Bosels at the helm and are currently tied with Oklahoma for the No. 1 spot in the Big 12 standings.