COLLEGE HIGHLIGHTS: Lucky played four seasons (2005-08) at Nebraska and compiled 4214 all-purpose yards, fourth-most in school history … Played 50 games, with 29 starts … Averaged 4.6 yards per carry while rushing for 2393 yards … His 135 career receptions rank fourth all-time at NU, and his 75 catches in 2007 are a Huskers record … Top statistical season was his 2007 junior campaign, when he rushed for 1057 yards (4.9 avg.) with nine TDs … Earned Walter Camp National Offensive Player of the Week award in 2007 vs. Nevada, when he rushed 20-for-233 with three TDs and also caught a TD pass … Twice named Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week in ’07 … Tied for team lead with seven rushing TDs as a senior, totaling 517 yards … Occasionally triggered the offense by taking direct snaps from center, and threw four career TD passes … Topped the 1000-yard mark from scrimmage as a sophomore, rushing for 728 yards (5.2 avg.) and adding 383 on 32 receptions
PERSONAL: Lived through seventh grade in Dallas, Texas, and then moved to Los Angeles area … Attended North Hollywood High School, where he rushed for 2036 yards and 40 TDs as a senior … Also won four prep letters in track … Sociology major at Nebraska, and made Big 12 Commissioner’s spring 2007 honor roll … Volunteered time at NU to assist with hospital visits and with Read to Succeed Book Drive … Signed Bengals contract on 4-30-09.
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