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Nebraska football is set for a major quarterback competition this spring.

Nebraska quarterbacks set for spring competition; Ndamukong Suh finds new home

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Let the competition begin

Nebraska will have plenty of competition at many positions this spring, but all eyes will be on the quarterbacks. Steve Calhoun, the man behind the Armed & Dangerous Football Camp, has worked with both Patrick O’Brien and Tristan Gebbia and offers valuable insight on both athletes.

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A new home

Former Nebraska star defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh has found a new home in the NFL. Suh has signed a one-year contract with the Los Angeles Rams.

Another Nebraska QB?

Coach Scott Frost has been clear that he’d like to add another one or two scholarship quarterbacks to Nebraska’s roster. Could graduate transfer quarterback Brandon Dawkins be the guy? Only time will tell, but the Huskers are showing interest.

A hopeful visit

Wide receiver Marlyn Johnson of Ambler, Pa., has the attention of Nebraska’s defensive end coach Mike Dawson, who recruits the Northeast for the Huskers. Johnson hopes to reciprocate the interest by visiting for Nebraska’s spring game on April 21.

Emphasis on the offensive line

Where will Frost and his staff put the most attention in the 2019 recruiting class? Land of 10’s Chris Bumbaca projects the offensive line will get some love, with the Huskers needing to add scholarship players to the current lineup.

Back to business

The Nebraska football team is back to work Tuesday morning and kicking off the next four weeks of practice ahead of the spring game.

Setting goals

Linebacker Mohamed Barry knows what he would like from himself in the 2018 season. For Barry, that is “making the plays that change the game.”

Rock the vote

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