Nebraska athletes put in work over spring break; a look at Scott Frost’s recruiting offers

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No break for Huskers

It may be spring break, but Nebraska football players are still putting in plenty of work. One of those athletes is quarterback Patrick O’Brien, who is spending his break getting ahead in the quarterback competition.

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High-volume offers

Nebraska’s 260-plus offers in the 2019 recruiting class is nothing new for coach Scott Frost. Nebraska’s current offers list tops the Big Ten in numbers.

Stepping up

With a number of Huskers out this spring with injuries, who could step up in their absence? We tackle that and more in the latest Land of 10 Nebraska football mailbag.

The ‘Last Tunnel Walk’

A painting of Brook Berringer and Sam Foltz walking the Nebraska tunnel will now be on display at Memorial Stadium. Omaha artist Ashley Spitsnogle is the woman behind the painting.

Pro Big Red

Former Nebraska offensive lineman Matt Slauson has officially signed with the Indianapolis Colts. He was previously with the Los Angeles Chargers.

Give them everything early

When it comes to the new Nebraska staff’s approach to teaching their system, it’s all about giving everything to the players early.

Get ready

Want to get your phone ready for the 2018 season? The Nebraska Huskers have you covered with a brand new wallpaper, complete with the season schedule.

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