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Don't tell Casey Rogers that last weekend's Red-White Spring Game was just a practice. In Rogers' mind, the scrimmage counted in a big way.
Nebraska's 2019 defensive line was already shaping up to be perhaps the strongest unit on Erik Chinander's side of the ball.
Nebraska's defense by all accounts had a productive spring. What's next for the Blackshirts?
On a day that largely felt like a party at Memorial Stadium, the Red-White Spring Game itself felt workmanlike.
Although he's in his second year as Nebraska's defensive coordinator, we're still learning Erik Chinander's philosophies about coaching. One of his philosophies jibes with something I've long deemed important: Give me a bunch of dudes 6-foot-4 and taller coming off the bus.
If Nebraska is to take a sizable step forward defensively in 2019, its veteran defensive line group is going to have to be one of the drivers for change.
The story of how Nebraska found Tony Tuioti, his whirlwind hiring process and now his attempt to "close the gap," in terms of getting to know players and get ready for spring ball.
Nebraska opens spring football Monday and is set for a five-week session before the Red-White Spring Game on April 13 at Memorial Stadium. In the days before spring ball starts, the Journal Star is previewing each position group. We continue with the defensive line.
Nebraska announced Tony Tuioti as its defensive line coach Tuesday morning. He spent the past two years as an assistant at Cal.