Nebraska quarterback Taylor Martinez was a full participant in Wednesday's practice, according to Nebraska wide receivers coach Ted Gilmore, but his status for Saturday's game against Oklahoma is still in doubt.
"Nothing changes there," Gilmore told reporters after Thursday's practice. "At game time, we'll all find out."
Martinez was seen leaving practice with a boot on his left foot. He's battling turf toe, and also hoping to play through a right ankle injury originally suffered against Missouri and aggravated against Texas A&M.
Coach Bob Stoops said DeMarco Murray's knee has "improved" and that the running back has "felt better each day." He practiced more on Wednesday, but a decision has yet to be made on his status.
"For me to say anything else puts pressure on him, whether I'm expecting him to play or not," Stoops said earlier this week. "I want him to be comfortable and feel good about it."
Murray suffered a knee injury in the fourth quarter against Oklahoma State and didn't return to the field, but Stoops said after the game Murray was walking around and celebrating with teammates.
Both coaches are scheduled to address the media on Friday.