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Nebraska football's spring game is the hottest ticket in town, and it's not too much for some fans to pass up.

Nebraska spring game a hot ticket despite price; a recruiting focus on Georgia?

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A hot ticket

Nebraska’s spring game sold out in little more than 24 hours, which means some tickets have hit the secondary market for as much as $643. Too much? Maybe, but the spring game is too hard for some Huskers fans to quit.

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Focus on Georgia?

Nebraska coach Scott Frost and his staff aren’t afraid to step foot in SEC country. In fact, the Huskers are turning attention to Georgia and that could result in quite a group of recruits for Nebraska down the road.

A promising future

Nebraska offensive lineman Brenden Jaimes was supposed to redshirt his freshman season. Injuries changed that, and he’s already shown a lot of potential for the future — starting with his sophomore season.

Going dancing

The Nebraska women’s basketball team is officially going dancing. The Huskers made the NCAA Tournament as the No. 10 seed and will face No. 7 Arizona State in Kansas City Region.

Moving on

Former Husker Ndamukong Suh and the Miami Dolphins appear to be parting ways. ESPN’s Jeff Darlington shared the news on Monday, with official word expected by Wednesday.

Breaking it down

Eric Crouch knows what is expected to be a quarterback for Nebraska. As a former Huskers QB himself, Crouch broke down Frost’s options in 2018.

Schedule updates

Nebraska baseball fan? You’ll want to update your calendar with the new schedule updates from the Huskers.

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