Wednesday marked the fifth practice of fall camp for the Nebraska football team. The Huskers worked out inside the Hawks Championship Center in the morning.
Sophomore I-Back Maurice Washington was in attendance and participated, while injured center Cam Jurgens was limited during practice. Among the standout performers, Wandale Robinson showed flashes while playing running back and wide receiver.
Overall, the workout seemed to be upbeat with music echoing throughout the practice facility.
“The theme of this camp is really competing on both sides of the ball,” offensive coordinator Troy Walters said. “Competition within each position has been great. It’s been a good camp.”
Second-year head coach Scott Frost paced from drill to drill. Frost was seen throwing passes to his players during pre-practice warmups.