Notes: New arrangements bring Huskers closer together
Defensive end Jason Ankrah, right, said the defensive and offensive players have gotten closer during practice in part thanks to assigned seating at meetings. “It used to be one side offense, one side defense,” he said. “Now it's everybody mixed together."
Posted: Tuesday, August 20, 2013 12:00 am
LINCOLN — Assigned seating doesn't have the best reputation among college students.
But Nebraska's football team has seemingly found a purpose for it, and coach Bo Pelini has used it — and other team-building tactics — this training camp to help create a chemistry that he and players are applauding as NU begins to bore in on its season opener.
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