The Nebraska football team has lost one of its top offensive weapons.  Wan’Dale Robinson announced on Twitter that he plans to transfer. 

He said he wants to be at a school closer to his hometown of Frankfort, Kentucky partly because of his mother’s health issues.  Robinson also told ESPN he was leaving Nebraska to look for an offense that can best feature his skills as a slot receiver.  

As a sophomore last season, Robinson led the Huskers with 51 catches for 461 yards and a touchdown.  He became the primary running back after Dedrick Mills was injured, averaging 5.2 yards per carry.