Nebraska football considering open practice; former Huskers find new jobs
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Didn’t snag tickets to Nebraska’s spring game on April 21? Don’t worry, because coach Scott Frost may have another option. On Wednesday night, Frost said he’s kicking around the idea of opening a second practice for fans who couldn’t get tickets to the spring game.
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Former Nebraska safeties coach Scott Booker and former Huskers defensive back Dejon Gomes have found new opportunities. Booker will join the Tennessee Titans staff, while Gomes has accepted the cornerbacks coaching job at Bowling Green.
How is strength coach Zach Duval changing the Nebraska strength and conditioning program? That question led our most recent Land of 10 Nebraska mailbag, and the answer highlights what makes Duval so successful in the weight room.
Something about Nebraska
There’s something about Nebraska for 4-star defensive end Stephon Wright. So much so, the Los Angeles standout has the Huskers in his top group right now.
Change of plans
Former Nebraska 2018 commit Masry Mapieu was set to attend Iowa Western Community College until Wednesday. The York (Neb.) defensive lineman instead opted to sign with Louisiana-Lafayette.
— Nebraska Baseball (@Husker_Baseball) March 7, 2018
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