QB Noah Vedral transfers from UCF to Nebraska; Barrett Ruud new linebackers coach
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Making the move
Quarterback Noah Vedral is coming home to Nebraska after one season at Central Florida. Vedral made the announcement Tuesday on Twitter. His transfer could have a big impact on the Huskers in the future.
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It was essentially already known that Barrett Ruud was joining coach Scott Frost’s staff, but it become officially official on Tuesday. Ruud will return to his alma mater as Nebraska’s inside linebackers coach.
Another award for Scott Frost
Another day means another award for Frost. This time, Frost was awarded the 2017 AFCA FBS Coach of the Year Award.
Moving on up
Looking at the running backs
Curious about Nebraska’s approach to recruiting running backs? Land of 10’s Chris Bumbaca broke it down in the latest Land of 10 Nebraska recruiting mailbag.
How will Nebraska fare in the Big Ten in 2018? We put together our way-too-early predictions, which has the Huskers at No. 3 in the Big Ten West.
As for Athlon Sports, they placed the Huskers at No. 5 in the West.
Nebrasketball defeats Wisconsin
Nebraska basketball returned home Tuesday evening to face the Wisconsin Badgers. The Huskers were able to secure the win over Wisconsin, defeating the Badgers 63-59.
TOOK THE W FROM _ISCONSIN!
— Nebraska Basketball (@HuskerHoops) January 10, 2018
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