Cooper growing into safety spot after bouncing around
Nebraska’s Corey Cooper is pushing for a starting safety job in his junior season. He’s played anywhere from safety to cornerback to the sixth defensive back in the dime package. “I just feel more comfortable now,” Cooper said. “I’m just happy now.”
Posted: Thursday, March 28, 2013 12:00 am
LINCOLN — When Nebraska safety Corey Cooper says his head and mind are more clear now, it makes sense when you think about his time so far as a Husker.
In his first three football seasons with NU, Cooper played for three secondary coaches, studying under Marvin Sanders, Corey Raymond and then Terry Joseph.
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