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Nebraska football returned to the field on Tuesday and had what Scott Frost called the best practice of the spring.

Nebraska football has best practice; Scott Frost’s potential with Huskers

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Back at practice

Nebraska was back to practice on Tuesday, showing off a number of drills during an open portion. By the end, coach Scott Frost thought it was the best practice of spring football so far.

As far as other practice updates, nose tackle Mick Stoltenberg and running back Greg Bell were out. Frost called it “nothing major.” Frost also updated the Huskers’ approach to tackling, which he is making a major priority this spring.

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Most likely to succeed?

Where does Frost land on a list of new coaches and their chances to succeed? The Associated Press put together a list, placing Frost at No. 5.

Huskers on the mind

Teammates Jameson Williams and Cameron Coleman have the Huskers on their mind, which they spoke to Land of 10’s Chris Bumbaca about.

Great representative

Michigan may have knocked Nebraska out of the Big Ten basketball tournament, but there’s no ill-will from Huskers coach Tim Miles. In fact, Miles believes Michigan was a “great representative” for the Big Ten in the NCAA Tournament.

Making an impact

Which redshirt freshman could make the biggest impact for Nebraska in 2018? There are several in position to make a name for themselves.

A new face

Nebraska volleyball got some “sun” on Tuesday with the transfer of Lexi Sun from Texas.

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