Who is your stock-riser from the spring? How about the standout player? Compare your Husker backfield notes with ours.
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."
Returning players — though with limited career carries — and newcomers are in the mix at the Husker running back position.
Nebraska received a walk-on commit from a New Jersey lineman on Sunday.
Rahmir Johnson said last season he is one of the two or three fastest players on the team — and he should have a chance to prove it this year.
“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.
This running back duo is intriguing for several reasons, starting with the fact that both might be needed immediately.
Nebraska quarterbacks coach Mario Verduzco continues to make scholarship offers to 2022 quarterbacks and, on Saturday, went to a school familiar with Husker football.
Missing a bowl game hurts. So does losing to a border rival. But the conversation among Nebraska underclassmen kept circling back to a larger lament in the wake of Friday’s 27-24 loss to Iowa. This wasn’t what they wanted for the seniors.
No fuss and no fancy from Nebraska football during Iowa week. No seniors, either.
A cold wind whipped in their faces. Their bodies were sore. Answers were few. But the half dozen or so Huskers who spoke to reporters after the game agreed on one thing: It doesn't get any more frustrating than this.
Scott Frost said he and Washington will talk again before a final decision is made about his future.
Nebraska's offense may have a few more playmakers this weekend. Offensive coordinator Troy Walters said Wednesday the status of quarterback Adrian Martinez and running back/receiver Wan'Dale Robinson is "hopeful" ahead of Saturday's game against Indiana.
Expect Dedrick Mills to see his usage spike in the near future. The Nebraska running back himself does.
Scott Frost issued an open invitation to the program's freshmen to make a move during this week's practices to help the team over its final five games.
Information inside Memorial Stadium is guarded like CIA secrets. Coaches won’t give anything away. But they’ll talk theories.
Nebraska coach Scott Frost reiterated Thursday he supports the Big Ten-issued one-game suspension of defensive lineman Khalil Davis.
Nebraska's total defensive snaps seen (238) are the fourth most among all FBS schools.
If Ryan Held has his way, Rahmir Johnson won't be redshirting this season.
Nebraska running back Rahmir Johnson puts himself in the top two fastest Huskers on the team. Maybe top three. Pretty good for a true freshman.
“He made a play last week that I’ve never seen a quarterback make,” Scott Frost said of Adrian Martinez. “Maybe watching the Chiefs last year.”
Nebraska's offense returns one of the best quarterbacks in the country in Adrian Martinez. But beyond that, there are holes all over the depth chart.