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Ready for change
Nebraska’s seniors are ready for the challenge ahead in changing to coach Scott Frost’s scheme. It won’t be easy, but they’re up for it.
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What kind of in-state talent does Frost have to work with in the 2019 recruiting class? Land of 10’s Chris Bumbaca broke it down, and the talent pool looks deep.
Cleveland Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue, a former Nebraska guard, is stepping back from his role with the team. He made the announcement on Monday, citing health concerns.
Setting the tone
Defensive linemen Mick Stoltenberg and Ben Stille are ready to set the tone in 2018, and plan to do so as team leaders.
Rest in peace
Floyd Herman, who had been Nebraska’s oldest living letter winner, died in February. He was 105 years old.
Considering a visit
Mycah Pittman is a 4-star wide receiver from Calabasas, Calif., and he has the Huskers in his top 10. He’s also considering a Nebraska visit.
Want to relive one of Nebraska basketball’s best seasons in program history? You can in 22 seconds.
All 22 wins in 22 seconds.
Second-most in program history.
— Nebraska Basketball (@HuskerHoops) March 19, 2018
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