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Nebraska's quarterbacks are in the midst of a competition, but that's not stopping them from forming a brotherhood.

Nebraska QBs form brotherhood through competition; Scott Frost on proposed transfer rule changes

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Competition and brotherhood

Nebraska’s quarterbacks are in the midst of a competition this spring, but the group isn’t letting it get between them. It’s all about respect and “being a good person” as the group forms a brotherhood.

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Possible messes

When it comes to the proposed changes to the college football transfer rules, Nebraska coach Scott Frost isn’t a fan. He’s concerned the possible updates “could lead to a lot of messes.”

Making up ground

The Huskers are doing their best to make up ground after getting a late start with Omaha (Neb.) Burke standouts Chris Hickman and Nick Henrich.

Decision incoming

Max Duggan, a 4-star quarterback prospect, could make his commitment decision any day. While the Huskers would like to snag Duggan, they’re up against some tough competition.

Real deal

Are linebacker Will Honas and running back Greg Bell the real deal? We tackle that and more in the latest Land of 10 Nebraska football mailbag.


Nebraska basketball secured Karrington Davis’ commitment with him signing his letter of intent on Wednesday. Davis originally committed to the Huskers on March 10.

Refuse to lose

Need some Thursday motivation? Let Frost get your day started with some words of wisdom.

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