Jaylin Bradley
Scoring the Huskers: Running Backs
1 mo ago by Derek Peterson
This week we’re going to score Nebraska's positional groups based on strength heading into the 2019 season. Performance in 2018, returning production and incoming talent will all affect this. We continue with the running backs.
Husker Notes Ahead of Senior Day, Including JD Spielman Update and More
2 mo ago by Hail Varsity Staff
With Nebraska about to kick off against Michigan State for the last home game of the season, there are a few notes worth sharing ahead of the action.
Hot Reads: What a Difference a Duck-R Makes
5 mo ago by Brandon Vogel
Taking a close look at Nebraska's rushing numbers shows there's room for improvement in the running back room, but also how the runs from hybrid receiver/running backs could help the run game overall.
Nebraska Position Previews By the Numbers: Running Backs
5 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Hail Varsity’s by-the-numbers approach to previewing the season rolls on with a look at the running back position.
Hot Reads: Ryan Held on the Nebraska Running Backs
5 mo ago by Brandon Vogel
Nebraska's assistant coaches won't meet with the media until next week, but running backs coach Ryan Held offered an update on his guys during a radio appearance this week.
Running it Back With the Running Backs After Nebraska's Spring Game
9 mo ago by Derek Peterson
Nebraska's run game wasn't good enough in 2017. Can it be good enough in 2018? Derek Peterson takes a deep look at what we saw from the Huskers' backs in the spring game.
Jaylin Bradley is Gunnin' for That No. 1 Spot
9 mo ago by Derek Peterson
Jaylin Bradley likes this new offense a lot, thanks for asking, and feeling more comfortable in it by the day.
5 Under-the-Radar Huskers on Offense
9 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Scott Frost said there is no depth chart at the moment at Nebraska, which could offer some new names a chance to earn snaps with their play this spring.
Fixing Nebraska's 1,000-Yard Problem
10 mo ago by Greg Smith
The Huskers haven't had a 1,000-yard rusher since Ameer Abdullah. Finding one in 2018 could go a long way towards spurring the Huskers' return in Scott Frost's first season.
Hot Reads: 5 Key Huskers This Spring
10 mo ago by Brandon Vogel
Developmental is critical across the board for Nebraska this spring, but these five players have a chance to really raise the Huskers' ceiling in 2018 with a good month of practice.
The Petey Post: Don't Waste a Year, Use Jaylin Bradley Now
1 yr ago by Derek Peterson
Does he need to be the featured back? No. Devine Ozigbo has earned those touches. But the freshman is about to have a year wasted in the name kickoff coverage.
Are More Carries on the Way for Jaylin Bradley?
1 yr ago by Derek Peterson
According to the coaches, true freshman Jaylin Bradley did enough in his first week of work to earn a longer look when formulating the game plan for Illinois.
Tale of the Tape: Rutgers Grab Bag
1 yr ago by Jacob Padilla
This week we are going with a selection of the top plays of the game rather than an over-riding theme for the Huskers win over the Scarlet Knights.
Bradley's Rise up the Depth Chart Impresses His Former Coach
1 yr ago by Jacob Padilla
Bellevue West Coach Mike Huffman knew Jaylin Bradley was talented. Talented enough to play as a true freshman? That impressed even those who knew him best.
Four True Freshmen Will Make Husker Debuts on Saturday
1 yr ago by Derek Peterson
Coach Mike Riley revealed the names of four newcomers who will forego redshirts this season and plenty more at his first press conference of the 2017 season.
The Petey Post: Assessing the Field in the Backfield
1 yr ago by Derek Peterson
In Week 2 of the Petey Post, we take a look at each of the four options in the Nebraska backfield, and try to make a case for each.
How Tanner Lee Helps the Huskers Handle the Pass Rush
1 yr ago by Jacob Padilla
Offensive coordinator Danny Langsdorf and others addressed the state of the offense a few days into camp, the battle at running back and other topics.
Nebraska Local: Jaylin Bradley
1 yr ago by Jacob Padilla
Bellevue West standout Jaylin Bradley gets his chance to fulfill his dream one stop away.
To Redshirt or Not to Redshirt: A Look at the 2017 Class
1 yr ago by Hail Varsity Staff
Taking a look at each signee from the 2017 class and making the call on whether or not they’ll see the field as true freshman or spend a year in the weight room first.
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