FOOTBALL Notes: I-back depth proves valuable after injury to scout team MVP

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    Adam Taylor, right, suffered a broken ankle in Saturday’s practice. Taylor was expected to contribute this season at I-back. “He had a great spring and was really playing well in the fall,” said offensive coordinator Tim Beck.

Posted: Monday, August 11, 2014 1:00 am | Updated: 8:18 pm, Mon Aug 11, 2014.

LINCOLN — No one within Nebraska’s program wants to see a player sidelined with injury. But the Huskers know that if there’s one position able to withstand the loss of a potential contributor, it’s the I-back spot.

Redshirt freshman I-back Adam Taylor is out indefinitely after breaking his ankle during a scrimmage-like portion of Saturday’s practice. Coach Bo Pelini revealed the diagnosis through a spokesman Monday.

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