Nebraska capped off 15 spring practices under Scott Frost with a sold-out scrimmage at Memorial Stadium. As the Huskers build serious momentum heading into the 2019 season, the spring is now complete.
Expectations will be high when football activity resumes in training camp. Nebraska looks to build off a solid finish to the 2018 season even after an overall 4-8 record in Frost’s first year.
“As long as I’ve been a part of running this offense as a receivers coach or coordinator or head coach, the defense is always ahead in the spring. And even in fall camp, the defense is ahead,” Frost said after the game. “Most of the time through spring balls, we would get our butts kicked by the defense and think we weren’t going to have a very good offense that year and we’d have a top-five offense in the country. I’m not saying that’s what’s going to happen here, but that’s kind of standard operating procedure for spring ball.”
Here is how the media reacted to what Nebraska put on display in its spring game.
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