Scott Frost’s ideal Nebraska QB, Noah Vedral’s journey home from UCF
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The ideal QB
Who would be Nebraska coach Scott Frost’s ideal quarterback in Lincoln? We don’t know yet, but we do know that person needs be “like a point guard.”
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Nebraska native Noah Vedral originally landed at UCF to play for Frost. When Frost accepted the Huskers job, Vedral followed suit and came home.
Felt like home
Speaking of home, 3-star running back Thomas Grayson immediately felt like he was at home after his last visit to Nebraska. That feeling only solidified his Monday evening commitment to the Huskers.
Spring game format
Waiting on Nebraska’s spring game format? Frost doesn’t have one yet, but he expects to finalize the details this week.
Time to retire
Former Husker and current Buffalo Bills offensive lineman Richie Incognito has made the decision to retire. He cited health reasons for the decision.
What’s the latest for Nebraska on the recruiting trail? Land of 10’s Chris Bumbaca broke it all down, including the odds of 5-star outside linebacker Owen Pappoe making a Nebraska visit.
Where exactly does quarterback Tristan Gebbia fit in Frost’s offense? That has yet to be determined, but he’s working hard to find his place.
Iron sharpens iron
Offensive coordinator Troy Walters shared his appreciation for the defense on Tuesday, noting that “iron sharpens iron.”
— Troy Walters® (@CoachWalters1) April 10, 2018
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