Anthony Grant

Nebraska RB Anthony Grant shows off explosiveness in spring game with long TD run

New Nebraska running back Anthony Grant is starting to get his own fan club during the spring game. Saturday afternoon in Lincoln, the transfer running back showed exactly what he can bring to the field with an explosive run in the first quarter for a touchdown. He made a vicious cut to throw off the defense before racing to the end zone.
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Running back Anthony Grant could make a quick impact for the Huskers

He was one of the last additions to the recruiting class of 2022 but could make the quickest impact. Running back Anthony Grant from New Mexico Military Institute is making a nice first impression. Grant will get the chance to show his skills in Saturday's spring game. More from Andy...

Spring Snapshot: Anthony Grant

Anthony Grant showed he can literally move fast in January. Committing on a Sunday. Flying across the country that night then back to Nebraska two days later with his stuff and a class schedule at his new school in front of him. His new teammates are finding he can jet...

Bryan Applewhite is 'tickled to death' to be coaching new Husker Anthony Grant

LINCOLN — Until he took the running backs job, Nebraska’s newest assistant hadn’t been on the school’s campus in nearly three decades. Bryan Applewhite, speaking Wednesday during “Sports Nightly” on the Huskers Radio Network, said he attended a football camp at Memorial Stadium in 1992, when Tom Osborne was coach, Frank Solich coached running backs and Applewhite, who grew up near Denver, couldn’t go to school without being able to talk about the Nebraska-Colorado rivalry game.

Huskers lock in commitment from Anthony Grant: '(I'm) an every-down back'

Nebraska has a new running back to add to the competition, and Anthony Grant plans to jump right in. The prospect out of New Mexico State Military State Institute told Husker247 on Sunday afternoon he is committed to Nebraska. He'll fly back to New Mexico today and then is planning to return to Lincoln probably on Tuesday so he can start classes at UNL and participate this spring.