Leon Jackson returning to the big red

It's not even been a month since sophomore running back Leon Jackson decided that he would be moving on, being officially released from his scholarship. Well, now he's coming back. In an official statement from head coach Bill Callahan, he addresses Leon Jackson's situation.
May 2, 2006

Leon says so long

The following is an official statement issued by head coach Bill Callahan on the departure of running back Leon Jackson.
April 24, 2006

Leon Jackson, Back where he Belongs

Don't ask Leon Jackson how much he likes being back at his original position of running back. You are likely to get nothing but this big old grin. Yes, he's happy, perhaps as he has ever been since he arrived in Lincoln. Now, it's a matter of getting everything down. Enjoy this spring edition of sound bytes with running back Leon Jackson
March 29, 2006

Six Huskers Honored at Football Banquet

Six Nebraska football players were honored at the Huskers' annual team banquet held Saturday night at the Lincoln Station in the Haymarket.
December 10, 2005

Photo Day Sound Bytes: Leon Jackson

Check out these photo day sound bytes with running back turned safety, Leon Jackson.
August 20, 2005

Jackson warming to new role of safety

Some say the move was inevitable. Leon Jackson to safety just seemed to make sense. Ironic then that it was he, a recruited running back was the one that went and asked to be moved to that side. It wasn't about a change of heart, rather him sticking to one thing he wanted to do more than anything else: Get on the field his first year. Enjoy this edition of sound bytes with true freshman Leon Jackson.
August 18, 2005

Jackson cleared, let the competition begin

Before the fall even arrived, people were speculating about the nation's best group of running backs for the class of 2005. Marlon Lucky, Cody Glenn and Leon Jackson, all considered to be potential stars at NU. Fall camps only started two days ago, but conversation was already gearing up. Not on who was going to beat who, rather who had yet to arrive. Fortunately for fans and I am sure to the relief of the coaches, the final piece of the backfield puzzle was cleared and practiced today.
August 6, 2005