Now, we’re talking. Bring on the fullbacks. Our mad bracket scientist Brew has spoken. He is going to make redvalley pick between Janovich and Schlesinger in the first round. That’s cold Brew. Cold.
Most fan bases wouldn’t even dream of a 16 player fullback bracket. Tip o’ the hat to you Brew for not only finding sixteen fullbacks, but finding some really good ones! How did he come up with these seedings?
I wrote each name on an origami swan, put all swans into a Rubbermaid tub, then I pointed the end of my leaf blower into the tub and cranked it up to full power. The swans that flew farthest earned higher seeds.
I think that is as scientific a way to seed fullbacks as any I’ve seen. For quite a few of the players (especially from the 50s and 60s), the Huskers.com site didn’t have anything of substance for bio information. So, I did my best and tried to find something for each one.

Polls close on Wednesday August, 26.
First Round
1) Dick Davis – AC. Dr. Davis, Ed.D. is the only Husker FB to gain 600+ yds in two different seasons (’67, ’68) (NE high school sports hall of fame bio) (Sports-reference.com)
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16) George Cifra – Put up 550 yds in 1952. I wish I knew more because he played in ’51, ’52, ’55, and ’57. That’s a lot of redshirt years!! (1952 Daily Nebraskan article) (1952 vs Iowa State game summary)

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2) Tom Rathman – His 881 yds in 1985 is the best ever for a Husker FB (7.5 per!). Hitting the century mark 4X is also best ever for a Husker FB. (Huskers.com bio)
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15) Bill Olds – On a team with Jeff Kinney and Johnny Rodgers, Olds still managed to rush for 100 yds vs A&M. (Wikipedia)

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3) Andra Franklin – AC. Most yards ever by a FB (1,738). Rushed for exactly 122 yards, twice (Mizzou, OU, ‘80). (Huskers.com bio)
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14) Dane Todd – AC, AAA. Dr. Todd, M.D. was so good that Bill Callahan used him as a receiver despite generally despising the FB position. (Huskers.com bio)

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4) Frank Solich – AC. 5’7”, 153 lb, baller. Solich is the first Husker to rush for over 200 yds in a game (204 v AF, ’65), the only FB to go over 200, and the first Husker on the cover of SI. Again, baller. (Huskers.com bio)
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13) Nick Adduci – Put up over 500 yds in ’50. Went on to play DB (?!?!) in the NFL (Huskers.com bio)

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5) Joel Mackovica – 2X AAA. Dr. Mackovica, D.P.T., tied for the FB record of 9 TDs in one season (’97), set the FB record with 3 TDs in one game (OU, ’97). (Huskers.com bio)
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12) Judd Davies – Dr. Davies, M.D. got off to a hot start with 10 yds/carry as a freshman (2000). He ended up setting the record for career TDs by a FB (14). (Sports-reference.com)

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6) Jeff Mackovica – Big Bro steamrolled LBs for two straight Championship teams, averaged 6.3 yds/carry (Huskers.com bio)
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11) Mark Schellen – The muscle behind the ’83 Scoring Explosion’s backfield. Put up 450 yds & 9 TDs in the same backfield as Rozier, Gill, and Rathman. (Huskers.com bio)

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7) Cory Schlesinger – Scored two of the most important TDs in Husker history after beating the crap out of Ray Lewis for 3 ½ quarters. (Huskers.com bio)
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10) Andy Janovich – Toiled in obscurity for 3 years before a genius, no, a savior named Mike Riley unlocked his potential to the tune of 265 yards and 6.3 per. (Huskers.com bio)

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8) Tony Davis –Underrated on both the FB and IB list because he played both. Ended his career as Nebraska’s all-time leading rusher (2,445)!! (Huskers.com bio)
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9) Jerry Brown – His 690 yds in ’56 ranks 4th in Husker FB history. (Sorry – the interwebz got nothing)

Source: Corn Nation