On Monday, Nebraska released another depth chart with another change.
Junior cornerback Lamar Jackson, benched against Purdue and listed as the No. 2 behind Eric Lee Jr. against Wisconsin, has regained his starting spot opposite Dicaprio Bootle.
The #Huskers' depth chart for Minnesota is out.
Lamar Jackson has regained his starting role at CB. pic.twitter.com/K6TO1nPAxG
— Derek Peterson (@DrPeteyHV) October 15, 2018
And Jackson's move up the depth chart is really the only change from last week for Nebraska.
Other notes on the depth chart:
- Sophomore quarterback Noah Vedral received a waiver from the NCAA last Friday for immediate eligibility this season. He traveled with Nebraska to Northwestern, dressed for the game but didn't play. He is not listed on the Huskers' new depth chart. Sophomore walk-on Andrew Bunch still owns the No. 2 spot.
- Punter Isaac Armstrong continues to hold the No. 1 spot at punter over scholarship junior Caleb Lightbourn. Armstrong has been excellent since assuming the starting spot. He's averaging 48 yards a punt with two that covered 50 yards and three that were downed inside the 20-yard-line.
- Tanner Farmer and Boe Wilson remain the starting center/right guard combo. Senior Cole Conrad, who opened the season as the starting center, remains No. 2 behind Farmer.
- Freshman runner Maurice Washington has taken over kick return duties with wideout JD Spielman moving to punt returner after Tyjon Lindsey's departure. That remains the case again for another week.