Nebraska football returns to spring practice; Scott Frost talks potential QB transfers
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Back at it
Nebraska returned to the practice field Tuesday after spring break. In doing so, players continued to adapt to coach Scott Frost’s ‘rise and grind’ mentality.
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A QB transfer?
Rumors circulated about the future of basketball coach Tim Miles, but athletic director Bill Moos put those rumors to rest on Tuesday. Miles will return to coach Nebraska for the 2018-19 season.
Testing the waters
Nebraska announced Tuesday that basketball players James Palmer Jr. and Isaac Copeland will both enter the 2018 NBA Draft process. Junior forward Jack McVeigh also announced he is leaving the program to pursue a professional career.
A recruiting update
What’s new in the Nebraska recruiting world? Plenty of offers, which Land of 10’s Chris Bumbaca recapped in his latest recruiting notebook.
A big honor
Former Huskers standout Barron Miles will be inducted into the CFL Hall of Fame in September. He learned about the nomination last week.
Nebraska fans still have a chance to vote for two Nebraska volleyball players to win the AAU Sullivan Award. Want to do your part? You can vote right here.
Annika Albrecht & Kelly Hunter are AAU Sullivan Award finalists‼️ Vote for one online every day & vote for both on Twitter #HuskerNation!
— Husker Volleyball (@Huskervball) March 27, 2018
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