Can't touch this: Not time for Huskers to panic

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Posted: Friday, September 6, 2013 12:00 am

LINCOLN — They ran off the field with wide eyes, their tales a little taller than the game film would later tell.

Nebraska defensive line coach Rick Kaczenski had never played so many redshirts and freshmen in a game. Five of those, plus two sophomores with virtually no experience. And as the Husker defense struggled in its season opener to stave off Wyoming, the night became an adventure in communication as he asked for updates from his players.

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