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Nebraska football is back from spring break, and the work continues ahead of the spring game on April 21.

Nebraska football returns from spring break; Darrin Smith delays commitment

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The work begins

Nebraska football is back from spring break, and spring practice truly gets started this week. What will the work look like for coach Scott Frost and his staff? There are quite a few key points that will keep the Huskers busy over the next few weeks.

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Weighing options

Darrin Smith, 3-star running back from Frisco, Texas, was planning to make a commitment sooner rather than later. Did a Nebraska offer change that? A little bit, especially as Smith plans a future visit to see Nebraska in person.

Practice format

What can Nebraska expect from Frost’s practices? From the sounds of it, Frost is pulling inspiration from Tom Osborne and Chip Kelly.

Change of heart

The New York Jets’ offer to Ndamukong Suh came as a bit of a surprise. Even more surprising? The fact that the Jets have already rescinded the offer.

Combining science and art

Nebraska head strength coach Zach Duval believes in combining science and “the art of sport.” The approach helps his staff understand where the body work needs to go.

A Sunday snap

The Nebraska baseball team was unable to get a Sunday win, snapping a 16-game span where the Huskers went 15-0-1 on Sundays. The Huskers fell to Minnesota on Sunday afternoon.

What’s being said on Twitter 

Miss anything on Twitter over the weekend? Here is a quick list of the more notable tweets in the last 48-plus hours:

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