LINCOLN -- The Nebraska Football team worked out on the Gass Practice Fields and Hawks Championship Center for two hours Thursday afternoon. After practice, Nebraska offensive coordinator Tim Beck says his goal for the season is to win and find a way to do it. Beck says he likes the way the offensive line is shaping up. Much has been said about senior starting quarterback Taylor Martinez and his quest to bring back a conference championship back to Lincoln, the first since 1999, but not much has been said about his backup. Not to worry, Beck noted that the backup role has not yet been determined, and could change throughout the season depending on the situation. “I think a lot depends on the game situation and the score and where we are at and all that. There is so much that goes into that.” Beck said. True freshman quarterback Johnny Stanton continues to impress the coaching staff in fall camp. The Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif., native has been impressing Beck with how fast he has picked up the playbook since his arrival in Lincoln.The Huskers are back at practice this afternoon, in preparation for the season opener against Wyoming August 31st at Memorial Stadium.