Stories on winter conditioning and spring drills are listed here in reverse chronological order.
What a difference a year makes: Former players
are unified and happy.
More than 100 recruits
are expected to attend Saturday's spring game.
Phillip Dillard has picked up leadership
qualities as he has shed pounds.
Prince Amukamara wears many hats
on defense and special teams. Mike McNeil works at becoming the total package
at tight end. Latravis Washington gets used to his switch to linebacker
. Monday notes: 1
With lots of shoes to fill at receiver, Chris Brooks figures it's time to step up
shines during a 40-minute scrimmage Saturday. Notes: 1
Phillip Dillard trims down
to speed up at linebacker.
Keith Williams is becoming a force
on the O-line. Friday notes: 1
The spring game is declared a sellout
(but kids can still get in with their Drug Free Pledge cards).
The door to playing time is wide open for the tight ends
Bo Pelini likes Cody Glenn's instincts
at linebacker. Saturday notes: 1
The staff tries to get players to their optimal weights
for playing the game.
KETV visits with energetic linebackers coach Mike Ekeler
Marvin Sanders aims to revive the cornerbacks' interception
Thomas Lawson hopes for a rushing TD
from his fullback position.
looks at Joe Ganz, Bo Pelini and the 2008 Huskers.
Notes from Saturday's practice: 1
practice is held outdoors in Memorial Stadium.
Running-backs coach Tim Beck sees "complete
First-day-of-practice notes: OWH (1
), LJS (1
), GII (1
comes out of hibernation with his pre-spring assessment.
and several players
hold a spring
football press conference
. More: NSP (1
, OWH (1
), KETV (1
), LJS (1
), Sporting News
Larry Asante expects to stay put
at his safety position.
Ndamukong Suh undergoes knee surgery
and will miss spring drills.