FOOTBALL Experience on AAU team helped Husker Greg McMullen step outside comfort zone

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  • From King’s court to Lincoln

    With little experience behind him on the depth chart, Greg McMullen has worked on his endurance this offseason. “I won’t have 15 to 25 snaps per game. It’ll be 40 or 60 or 70,” he said.

Posted: Wednesday, July 23, 2014 1:00 am | Updated: 12:55 am, Thu Jul 24, 2014.

LINCOLN — No matter where the best basketball player in the world took his talents, LeBron James already had a lifelong fan in Nebraska defensive end Greg McMullen, who, like James, called Akron, Ohio, his home.

But McMullen recalls when James played for the Cleveland Cavaliers. When there was no better place for him and a close friend to be than inside Quicken Loans Arena.

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