On Saturday, the Huskers will hold their spring game, a culmination of a month of practices readying for the 2019 season. The World-Herald has written dozens of articles breaking down Nebraska football over the last few weeks, and you can check out a collection of that work for in-depth analysis of the Huskers.

  • 0

Deontai Williams doesn’t remember the plays so much as he does the emotions from that afternoon a year ago. His mind was swimming and his heart racing. Why? The safety from Jacksonville, Florida, who arrived via Jones County Junior College in Mississippi and had never before played in front of anything close to the Nebraska spring-game record crowd of 86,818.

  • 0

Nebraska has unveiled the rosters for Saturday's spring game. A number of Huskers are unavailable for the game due to injuries, precautions to prevent further injury or, in the case of running back Maurice Washington, a legal issue he continues to deal with in California.

  • 0

Now Nebraska’s coaches are entering Year 2 again. Ask around and they recall various markers that pointed toward a breakout season back then. And while this month hasn’t been déjà vu for them, it isn’t all that far off, either. “With Year 2, we saw it at UCF and you’re starting to see that Year 2 here,” Nebraska running backs coach Ryan Held said.

  • 2

Adrian Martinez’s head coach, Scott Frost, wants more. Much more, based on his comments last week. Don’t gloss over them. If Frost is bullish on Martinez’s potential — talking him up as potentially one of the best, if not the best, quarterbacks in school history — he’s equally bullish on Martinez seizing this team by the gills. Frost challenged his precocious quarterback in a way few have been recently challenged at Nebraska.

Load comments

You must be a full digital subscriber to read this article You must be a digital subscriber to view this article.