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Husker practice report, Sept. 18: Brenden Jaimes practices, coaches confident in Broc Bando – Omaha World-Herald

One of the longest-tenured and most important starters on Nebraska’s football team, left tackle Brenden Jaimes, practiced Wednesday as the Huskers continued preparation for Illinois.  Jaimes, who left injured in the fourth quarter of NU’s 44-8 win over Northern Illinois, was suited up and without a green no-contact jersey. Offensive line coach Greg Austin said …
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How Nebraska Used The Ace Formation To Confuse Northern Illinois – Corn Nation

Through the first two games leading up to Saturday’s match-up against the Northern Illinois Huskies, the Husker offense was still searching for an identity that they could hang their hat on. While modern spread offenses are ubiquitously associated with 00, 10, 11, or 20 personnel, head coach Scott Frost and offensive coordinator Troy Walters implemented …
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Nebraska Football: Defense may have upperhand on Illinois quarterback – Husker Corner

Nebraska Football: Jeremiah Stovall is a great story for Huskers by Danny Jaillet Nebraska Football should be familiar with Peters. Coming into Saturday’s game against Northern Illinois, Nebraska Football defensive line coach Tony Tuioti  has some familiarity with the opposition. This may be of note, as Nebraska looks to develop a mini-win streak and hopefully …
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No. 1 Nebraska volleyball faces second-ranked Stanford on Wednesday – Sioux City Journal

LINCOLN, Neb. — College volleyball fans have already seen some great matches even before the conference season and NCAA Tournament get here. And it could get even better on Wednesday with a No. 1-vs.-No. 2 match between Nebraska and Stanford. The 1-vs.-2 pairing held up through the first three weeks of the season, but there …
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Jack Hoffman, 13, plays in first school football game, 6 years after his Huskers touchdown run – Omaha World-Herald

Andy Hoffman never expected his son to put on pads in an organized football game. Despite battles with brain cancer, 13-year-old Jack was able to take the field for his first school football game on Monday. Making it even more special, Jack became the fifth Hoffman man to sport the No. 75 on the gridiron. …