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Three-star running back Marvin Scott gave a verbal commitment to Nebraska.
For the last several years, speculation surrounding Nebraska football has been that it lacked leadership. What has been needed was a true leader of men to get the program back to prominence.
In less than 10 minutes on Friday morning, Nebraska coach Scott Frost brought clarity to the Husker offensive line picture, perhaps camp's most talked-about group, as the program finishes preseason camp and shifts into game mode.
Nebraska has decisions this weekend to make on depth chart, captains and Maurice Washington's status, while the back-up QBs have impressed and a future one did, too.
Scott Frost's program is largely defined by its up-tempo spread offense. But he seems intent on balancing out the conversation with the help of alternate uniforms. "Down the road, I'd like to see it be introduced that if the defense has a great game and holds an opponent under so many points that they earn the right to wear Blackshirts the next week. I think that would be another source of pride for our defense."
Second-year Nebraska running backs coach Ryan Held has a clear vision of what he wants the position to look like under his watch. How close is the 2019 group to his vision? “We’re getting closer,” he said earlier this week.
Sevion Morrison’s recruiting history has paralleled his running style — fast and fairly spectacular.
Tulsa, Oklahoma running back Sevion Morrison verbally committed to Nebraska on Wednesday.