spring gameApril 16, 2011 – 1 p.m. CDT
Memorial Stadium, Lincoln
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SPRING MEDIA GUIDE
Pregame pressCoverage is listed here in reverse chronological order.
Husker fans finally get their football fix today, but don't expect the 62nd annual spring game to reveal much about what's coming in the fall, particularly on offense. | What to watch: 1, 2 | Freshmen's big day | Commentary: Shatel, York, Ryan
Congrats to the 22 members of the 2011 Brook Berringer Citizenship Team.
O-lineman Mike Smith is seen as NFL material even if he goes undrafted.
Bo Pelini discusses his tough-love approach and his willingness to make changes.
Listen as Ndamukong Suh offers some thoughts on the 2011 Huskers and more.
Ex-linebacker Eric Martin hasn't lost his explosive presence in his new position.
The defensive backs welcome their new position coach's detail-oriented approach.
Wondering what Suh's "tweetup" is, exactly? Let Randy York explain.
Nebraska is bucking a growing trend toward televising college spring games.
Order your 2011 spring game DVD, with game highlights and interviews.
From Sam McKewon, five things to watch for at the spring game.
Husker Dan shares his notes after attending last Saturday's scrimmage.
Ndamukong Suh will meet fans before the game and try for a world-record "tweetup."
Watch as Kyler Reed discusses the new offensive scheme with ESPN.com
Corey Raymond aims to take the defensive backs' play to another level.
Four things to know about Husker walk-on Sam Burtch.
A more confident Taylor Martinez appears ready to lead the Husker offense.
See the Big Ten Network's One-on-One segment with Bo Pelini.
Here's the story of five aged gentlemen who'll be recognized at Saturday's game.
John Garrison is grateful for his chance to coach after years of paying his dues.
Here are the guys who will battle it out for the kicking duties.
Carl Pelini expects the offense to be "better right off the bat" this season.
Eric Warfield and other ex-Huskers will play in a benefit basketball game Friday night.
Ron Brown sees Tim Beck as the right man at the right time for the Huskers.
Taylor Martinez appears to be developing the intangibles that coaches want in a QB.
The countdown to the spring game can't go quickly enough for Jamal Turner.
Marcel Jones doesn't intend to let his back problem keep him down this season.
Fullback Tyler Legate aims to help the offense get its swagger back.
Taylor Martinez discusses the offense's progress and "deprogramming."
The Athletic Department is auctioning a couple of special spring-game experiences.
Cornerback Anthony Blue hopes his bad luck is a thing of the past.
The Big Ten Network's Gerry DiNardo likes the athleticism of NU's O-line.
Sporting News' Matt Hayes gives Nebraska a No. 7 preseason ranking.
Kenny Bell's speed could turn a question-mark position into an exclamation point.
The spring media guide is now available for your online perusal.
See a few minutes of video from Wednesday's practice
Brandon Kinnie talks to ESPN.com about his goals and expectations for 2011.
Three Huskers make Husker Locker's list of top 10 recruits in the Big Ten.
Watch as Tim Beck talks with ESPN.com about where the offense is headed.
Qdoba has a tickets and tacos promotion for the Spring Game.
The growing depth at defensive tackle poses a pleasant problem for John Papuchis.
Bo Pelini lives and learns through the rough ending to 2010.
Memories of Husker teams of the 1990s help propel Nebraska's senior walk-ons.
Receiver Kenny Bell just might have what it takes to help NU's passing attack hum.
There have been bumps in the road for two-sport guy Khiry Cooper.
Cornerback Andrew Green hopes he's finally shaken the injury bug.
Crick, David & Dennard: NFL-caliber anchors at three levels of the defense.
Cody Green remains an upbeat team player even though stardom has been elusive.
Freshman QB recruit Jamal Turner is looking electrifying at receiver. More on the position switches: Gilleylen takes change in stride | Tim Beck video
The Pelini brothers and Bob Stoops can share coaching secrets again.
Placekicker Jason Dann is no longer with the team.
Watch as Alfonzo Dennard talks about leading the secondary this season.
Quincy Enunwa intends to correct the issues that cost him playing time last season.
Kyler Reed might be playing multiple positions to keep defenses guessing.
Two Big Ten writers share their impressions of their recent visits to Lincoln.
Bob Stoops knows that being a defensive specialist mustn't stop a head coach from putting his stamp on the offense.
The "defensive offense" will be a thing of the past if Tim Beck's plan clicks.
Something new: Jamal Turner practices at WR, Curenski Gilleylen at running back.
It's a clean slate for the Husker receiving corps in 2011.
The ESPN blogger takes a look at Taylor Martinez 2.0.
Watch Sean Fisher discuss his rehab and the state of the linebacking corps.
A revamped diet turns guard Andrew Rodriguez into a slimmer and quicker guy.
Sam McKewon says Taylor Martinez is starting to move forward as a leader.
With the loss of key personnel on special teams, who will step up?
Get tickets for the April 15 spring-game pep rally benefiting Angels Among Us.
Fired up by the new approach on offense, Yoshi Hardrick aims to give it all he has – something that was missing last season.
Watch as Lavonte David talks about spring drills and his personal growth.
More details about the retooled offense emerge as Taylor Martinez meets the media and discusses what's changed since 2010. Notes: 1, 2, 3 | Video: 1, 2, 3 | Audio: Pelini, Martinez, Burkhead, Compton, Reed
ESPN's Big Ten blogger gives his first impressions of his maiden voyage to Lincoln.
The LJS looks at the likely key players in the defensive secondary.
Steve Warren's D.R.E.A.M organization has several Sprng Game events planned.
Bo the CEO: Joe Moglia sees Pelini growing into the role.
Ciante Evans works at staying even-keeled during a cornerback's ups and downs.
The defensive backs say it's been a smooth transition under their new position coach.
Mike Marrow's imminent transfer to Nebraska is confirmed by his father.
NationalChamps.net lists Jared Crick & Lavonte David as first-team All-Americans.
A list of a dozen Big Ten players to watch includes two Huskers.
Nebraska StatePaper examines five position battles that are likely to heat up.
Growing up fast is part of the drill for Tyler Moore and other early-arriving freshmen.
Could NU's battle at QB play out the way Michigan's did last season?
The pressure will be on Nebraska's young guards to produce.
An opportunity has opened up for little-used I-back Collins Okafor.
Five "sleepers" who might end up making a splash.
Game experience gives Ciante Evans a leg up in the competition at cornerback.
Nebraska has plenty of company in the Big Ten in terms of staff changes.
ESPN's Adam Rittenberg looks at the 2011 Huskers' strongest and weakest points.
College Football News rolls out its Big Ten spring preview.
O-line coach Barney Cotton welcomes the help he's getting in John Garrison.
For Collins Okafor & Austin Jones, now's a chance to step out of the shadows.
Maturity is a key asset for Brent Qvale as he moves into a likely starting role.
P.J. Smith focuses on regaining what he lost – a starting spot at safety.
A breakdown of Taylor Martinez's passing stats shows fast starts, slower finishes.
Tim Beck isn't just tweaking: "We've changed everything," Barney Cotton says.
Bo Pelini is embracing the pause in spring drills but says players had better be ready to roll when they return. More from practice Wednesday: 1, 2, 3 | Photos: 1, 2
Austin Cassidy is ready for any role – and for stiff competition.
Can the the season-ending punch in the mouth be turned into a positive?
CBSSports.com looks at NU's chances of winning the first Legends Division title.
The Huskers hit the practice field for the second time of spring.
Rex Burkhead expects Ron Brown to make the running backs a tougher bunch.
Brandon Kinnie intends to help NU's receiving corps become a force.
The LJS looks at the contenders for playing time on the defensive line.
Bo Pelini says he's drawing motivation from the doubters.
Sam McKewon rolls out a mammoth edition of his Monday Takes.
The staff changes prove to be no problem as the Huskers' spring drills get off to a smooth start. | Notes | Closer look | Photos: 1, 2, 3 | Video: 1, 2, 3, 4
Sam McKewon's five questions for spring start with the offense.
Carl Pelini enjoys the mad scientist role and says this defense could his best yet.
Despite the loss of top talent in the secondary, the cupboard is far from bare.
AP touches all the bases in a wrap-up of the Huskers as they enter spring ball.
A hefty pay raise came with Tim Beck's promotion to offensive coordinator.
With the attention on Tim Beck and the simpler offense, it's easy to overlook the changes on defense and what they mean for the big picture. More from Tuesday's press conference: McKewon & Shatel commentary | Notes: 1, 2
From Yahoo Sports, an early assessment of the 2011 Cornhuskers.
Tim Beck isn't one to force his system onto players ill-suited for it, his ex-boss says.
Khiry Cooper has no regrets about choosing a two-sport life.
Eric Martin is among spring's "prove-it" players.
Sipple & Christopherson discuss who might step up at wide receiver and tight end.
Nebraska gets a spring No. 8 ranking from Sporting News' Matt Hayes.
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