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The numbers may make you do a double-take. No, we're not talking about Red-White Spring Game attendance. We're not talking about TV ratings for The Masters. We're talking about the Nebraska football team's performance in the classroom. The GPA is the best it's been in years.
Nebraska's defense by all accounts had a productive spring. What's next for the Blackshirts?
Just before Nebraska began its walk from the locker room under North Stadium toward the field early Saturday afternoon, a minute-long montage of NU players and coaches extolling the strength of the state’s response in the wake of historic flooding over recent weeks played.
Nebraska coach Scott Frost had a simple answer when asked Wednesday morning what fans can expect at Saturday’s sold-out Red-White Spring Game at Memorial Stadium.
Scott Frost didn’t say the exact words during his Tuesday news conference, but the idea of reinstalling a Unity Council seemed to have taken a step toward fruition as his second Nebraska football team begins spring ball.
As Nebraska's defense strives to bolster talent, second-year defensive coordinator Erik Chinander will count on player development and his players' better understanding of his scheme as ways to improve on last year's showing.
Here are a nine storylines to watch as Nebraska begins spring football on Monday.
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 inside linebackers.
Barrett Ruud’s second season coaching inside linebackers at his alma mater is already shaping up to be an interesting one.
"He's one of those guys who isn't afraid to get after you if he thinks you're not doing things right," Mick Stoltenberg says of Husker linebacker Mohamed Barry. "Some guys weren't as receptive to it at first, and he didn't care. If he had an opinion about you, he was going to tell you."