Nebraska spring practice comes to close; Huskers need focus on linemen
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The end of the beginning
Spring football was the beginning of sorts for coach Scott Frost’s time with Nebraska. That beginning came to a close on Monday, and now it’s on the Huskers to get better before fall camp.
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Focus in the trenches
Former NFL coach and analyst Mike Martz knows where Nebraska needs to put its focus going forward, and that’s firmly in the trenches.
What did future classes think of Nebraska’s spring game? Long story short, it was a lot of good things and there could be commitments down the road as a result.
Tristan Gebbia, Tyjon Lindsey and Jaevon McQuitty all came to Nebraska together and became roommates. Now the trio are ready for a new beginning in 2018.
Putting it together
In case you missed it, the Nebraska volleyball team showed off its national championship bling at the spring game on Saturday. Between volleyball coach John Cook and Frost, it was a perfect mashup on recruiting, championships and more.
How do you celebrate a touchdown? For wide receiver Mike Williams, it’s by making snow angels in the end zone. The only catch? He’s not as familiar with how to do that coming from Florida.
when u from florida so u don’t really know how to do a snow angel 😭 https://t.co/zeUfBK8Qrp
— Mike Williams (@mjw_xiv) April 22, 2018
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