Who is your stock-riser from the spring? How about the standout player? Compare your Husker backfield notes with ours.
Marvin Scott and Gabe Ervin talk about the spring and the wide-open race in the Husker RB room.
Following an injury-marred spring camp, NU running backs coach Ryan Held hopes his guys "get after it" during summer months.
"He's a problem (for the defense), I'll tell you that," Husker assistant Travis Fisher says of 6-2, 225-pound walk-on Jaquez Yant. Intrigued yet?
USC transfer RB Markese Stepp, if healthy, can take pressure off Adrian Martinez. That's especially critical this season.
NU running backs coach Ryan Held makes it clear: "We’ve got to be able to be a downhill, physical team."
Mario Verduzco has been with Logan Smothers for awhile now, and he's finally seen Heinrich Haarberg throw a football. So, how's he feeling?
Parker Gabriel says it's time to put together a depth chart. So let's do it.
Returning players — though with limited career carries — and newcomers are in the mix at the Husker running back position.
Wan'Dale Robinson has caught 10 passes this season, but the Huskers hope to get their dynamic playmaker more involved moving forward. More on that and other topics in this Husker notes package.
“I feel really good right now going into 2020, probably the best I’ve felt since we’ve been here,” Husker running backs coach Ryan Held said.
On Friday's episode, Adam Carriker evaluates Nebraska's running back group and discusses potential contributors for the 2020 season.
He was a member of NU's 2017 recruiting class after a record-breaking career at Bellevue West.
They’re always happy, and that makes coach Scott Frost happy, too. Each time the Nebraska football coach would FaceTime or Skype with running backs Marvin Scott and Sevion Morrison, they had a smile on their face.
As the letters of intent came rolling in, the Nebraska running backs coach could let out a big breath.
The "Signee Spotlight" provides all the information you need on the newest batch of Huskers, including rankings, evaluations and a look at how they landed at Nebraska.