McKewon: Summer's livin' shouldn't be easy
King Frazier and offensive players flourished in the NU spring game. The I-back has quick feet and a chance of playing down the road.
Posted: Sunday, April 7, 2013 12:00 am
Updated: 1:14 pm, Thu May 8, 2014.
LINCOLN — It was a glorified scrimmage for one side of the ball, anyway. Nebraska's defense couldn't have extracted many positives in the first half of Saturday's spring game.
Not when Ron Kellogg has a three-Mississippi count to float a corner route to a fourth-string tight end. Not when presumed starting safety Corey Cooper has a 3-yard head start on catching fullback C.J. Zimmerer, and can't before Zimmerer scores a 45-yard touchdown. Not when offensive lines are blasting open good holes for King Frazier and Graham Nabity on basic running plays. Not when ...
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Sunday, April 7, 2013 12:00 am.
Updated: 1:14 pm.