(Eds: With AP Photos.) By ERIC OLSON AP College Football Writer In street clothes, Terrell Newby is quiet, if not a bit shy.
In a Nebraska football uniform, everything changes.
The Southern Mississippi defender who was on the receiving end of Newby's helmet-popping stiff arm last week can vouch for that. The play drew a personal foul and a little smile from Newby. It was, after all, right out of a video highlight of the running back Newby models himself after, the late Chicago Bears great Walter Payton.
''He's more physical than you think he is,'' running backs coach Ron Brown said. ''Even that penalty he got the other night, that was a physical play. Unfortunately, the guy's helmet came off and the flags came out.''
That might be Newby's signature play so far. Give him time. The freshman from the Los Angeles area has appeared in just two games. His third is Saturday when No. 16 UCLA (1-0), the hometown school that was his second choice, visits the 23rd-ranked Cornhuskers (2-0)....