LINCOLN — It's game week, so to speak. And Nebraska offensive coordinator Troy Walters knows what he wants to see from Saturday's spring game.

Minimal penalties. No turnovers. A high-tempo attack. Most of all, which Huskers will rise to the occasion in front of a sold-out crowd at Memorial Stadium.

"We're going to keep the game plan simple," Walters said. "We're going to let guys run around, make plays. We're not trying to trick the defense or the other team or anything. We want guys to go out there and have the opportunity to make plays.

"It's going to be a great atmosphere — 90,000, game-like situation. So we want to see which guys, younger guys who haven't played a lot, which one of those guys step up and can handle an environment like it's going to be."

Walters said quarterbacks will wear green no-contact jerseys, though they will be able to rush the ball. Early enrollee Wan'Dale Robinson — a receiver/running back hybrid — is "still limited" by a nagging hamstring injury. Receiver JD Spielman is in the same category, though Walters added that he won't need many reps Saturday.

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Other quick hits from practice No. 13:

» Redshirt freshman running back Brody Belt held court with more than a dozen media members after the workout and said he looks at Saturday as his "coming out party." The walk-on from Millard West has drawn mention from coaches and players alike throughout the spring.

» Running backs coach Ryan Held said Elkhorn South grad Moses Bryant has moved from defensive back to running back, which is the position he starred at in high school.

» Walters identified redshirt freshman Andre Hunt as the receiver who has made the biggest jump this spring. The coordinator said he has been NU's most consistent pass catcher in recent weeks.

» Held conducted his media interviews holding his infant son, Jacob.​

Evan Bland covers Nebraska football, baseball and other sports for The World-Herald. Follow him on Twitter @EvanBlandOWH.

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