Notes: Plenty of work NU’s Joseph
Nebraska secondary coach Terry Joseph has plenty of work to do during the spring season, including training his inexperienced safeties and hitting the recruiting trail to help the Huskers build depth at cornerback. Joseph says he turned down three job offers in the offseason to stay with Nebraska and coach Bo Pelini.
Posted: Monday, March 4, 2013 12:00 am
Twenty minutes after practice had ended Monday, at the far end of the Hawks Championship Center, Nebraska defensive backs coach Terry Joseph was spending his one-year anniversary at NU working overtime with some of his young safeties, including Charles Jackson, Jonathan Rose and D.J. Singleton.
The reason? Joseph said some of the younger players can feel “intimidated” in a crowded meeting room of 28 guys — many of whom have started for the Huskers — so we wanted to get them some space away from the seniors to learn and absorb the defense.
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Monday, March 4, 2013 12:00 am.