It was a roller coaster of a season for Nebraska Cornhuskers fans, but the best seems yet to come. The team started off the season at 0-6 in what looked like a bleak campaign. However, they'd pick things up in the second half of the 2018 season with a 4-2 record. That came thanks to their offensive stars who achieved some impressive milestones. In fact, Nebraska football had several players come up with key stats that only three other teams can claim.

Nebraska in offensive playmakers club

This past season, quarterback Adrian Martinez achieved an offensive milestone for the Huskers.

He's clearly the man who will be tied in with coach Scott Frost's success going forward. Martinez had multiple games in which he showed his dual-threat abilities on the field to get his multiple Big Ten Freshman Player of the Week awards. However, two other stars on the Huskers' offense came up with big seasons as well. Running back Devine Ozigbo and wide receiver Stanley Morgan Jr. each had 1,000-plus yards for their seasons with the football team.

Ozigbo finished with 1,082 yards for his senior season on 155 carries. He averaged seven yards-per-carry and also recorded 12 touchdowns.

Devine Ozigbo was No. 35 in the nation in total yards and No. 14 for his yards-per-carry average.

Meanwhile, Stanley Morgan Jr. tallied 1,004 yards total for his 70 receptions this season. He had 14.3 yards-per-reception and seven touchdowns to help the Cornhuskers' offense.

Unfortunately, these two offensive stars were both seniors so the Nebraska Cornhuskers will be moving on next season.

However, with Adrian Martinez on the field, one has to think coach Frost will have a few more players ready to step into bigger roles.

Huskers join three other teams

As mentioned, three other college football teams achieved the 1,000 yards stats for a running back and a receiver. One of those was the Memphis Tigers with running back Darrell Henderson (1,909 yards) and receiver Damonte Coxie (1,1104 yards).

Coach Frost is familiar with Memphis after coaching against them at UCF. The Golden Knights defeated the Tigers in last night's AAC Championship Game with Scott Frost getting credit for the team's continued success.

The Oklahoma Sooners also had a pair of players achieving those 1,000 yards each. Kennedy Brooks ran for 1,021 yards on 113 carries while receiver Marquise Brown had 1,318 yards on 75 receptions. Making the Sooners even more impressive, they had a second receiver with 1,049 yards in CeeDee Lamb. They're now headed to the College Football Playoffs.

The Colorado Buffaloes are the fourth team to achieve the feat for the past season. On the ground, it was Travon McMillian with 1,009 yards on 201 carries.

For receivers, Laviska Shenault Jr. tallied 1,011 yards on his 86 receptions.

Heading into next season, Maurice Washington is considered the man to replace Ozigbo on the ground game. Right now, it's unknown who will try to fill the void left by Morgan Jr. That said, look for Scott Frost to continue implementing his creative offensive system into the Cornhuskers plays next season as this team looks to achieve further success in the Big Ten.