Nebraska’s recruiting battle with Tennessee; Huskers target WR in California

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Nebraska and Tennessee 

Nebraska and Tennessee battled quite a bit on the recruiting trail for the 2018 class. How did everything turn out? Land of 10’s Chris Bumbaca reviewed it all and offered a final verdict.

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A 4-star prospect

Nebraska offensive coordinator and wide receivers coach Troy Walters may recruit California for all positions, but he has his eyes set on one specific receiver for his own group. The Huskers would like to add 4-star wide receiver Braedin Huffman-Dixon of Mater Dei High School in Santa Ana to the 2019 class.

What does it mean?

What does Owen Pappoe’s commitment date mean? Are the Huskers even in the running? We tackle that and more in the latest Land of 10 Nebraska recruiting mailbag.

Ready to learn

Nebraska defensive line coach Mike Dawson has a group of athletes ready and willing to learn. As for Dawson, he’s never smiled as much coaching as he has with the Huskers.

Meeting with Miles

Nebraska basketball coach Tim Miles and athletic director Bill Moos met on Tuesday for an end-of-season review. While Miles kept details to a minimum, additional meetings are in the future.

Preparing for the future

The Nebraska volleyball team may be in Hawaii right now for beach volleyball season, but that hasn’t stopped the team from prepping for the fall.

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