Notes: Reeves leaves field on stretcher; Pelini says it's precautionary

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Posted: Wednesday, March 19, 2014 12:00 am

Junior Crete center Ryne Reeves left the practice field on a stretcher, coach Bo Pelini said, after complaining of pain in his neck after a play. Pelini didn't see the injury as it happened. Pelini was able to talk briefly about the injury because Reeves' dad was at practice.

“Anytime you have pain in your neck, we're going to treat it with caution,” Pelini said. “We think it's precautionary, but we're going to make sure they find out exactly what's going on. It's precautionary. That's how it works. … Ryne's dad was here, he saw what happened and he's with him now. I'll give you guys an update when I have that.”

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