Rookie Nance Finally Gets Up and Running

Dimitri Nance figures to get more chances with the ball when the Packers visit his former team, Atlanta, on Sunday. Nance, who went six games without touching the ball, flashed some skill against the Vikings. What was the holdup?
November 25, 2010

Nance Jumps At Big Opportunity

New running back Dimitri Nance talks about the crazy turn of events that brought him to Green Bay.
September 15, 2010

Q&A: ASU Style

Your ASU questions are answered here! invited Hod Rabino, Publisher of, to answer questions posed by our subscribers. How is former UW assistant Eric Yarber doing? How do ASU fans see Dennis Erickson right now? How strong is ASU's offensive line? Defense? Hod answers those questions, and many, many more.
October 16, 2009

Nance Carries ASU to Eighth Straight Victory

ASU ran the ball 53 times, California ran the ball 25. ASU had three running touchdowns, California had none. That could be the story of the game right there if ASU's three rushing touchdowns didn't all come from their third string back. Backup running back Dimitri Nance completed a trifecta Saturday night in Tempe as the Devils improve to 8-0 on the season.
October 28, 2007

Wait Worthwhile for Nance

As the state of Texas's 5A Player of the Year, Dimitri Nance is used to achieving success. Yet, like many decorated prep players, this running back had to prove himself all over again in college. He came to a Sun Devil team loaded with talent at his position but almost every time he was given an opportunity to display his skills, he didn't disappoint, just like in last week's game vs. Washington.
October 16, 2007

Making the Most of His Time

Shortening the college football games this year has adversely impacted one group more than the rest – backup players. Snaps for reserves have become scarcer than ever before, and sudden impact from seldom used athletes has turned from a luxury to a necessity. Running back Dimitri Nance has carried the pigskin just 33 times in 2006, yet his brief stints are drawing praise from his coaches.
October 25, 2006