Greg Austin

Nebraska’s offensive line coach — and now run game coordinator — fully expects to have a larger voice in the Huskers' offensive game plan. And the title isn’t ornamental or designed to fluff up Greg Austin’s ego. Just the opposite.

Practice

Offensive line coach Greg Austin talks with offensive lineman Broc Bando during tackling drills. "We’ll continue to build on just the basic fundamental things and move forward with a lot of technique work,” Austin said.

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Cameron Jurgens

Austin sees nothing but growth ahead for sophomore center Cameron Jurgens. “The game’s slowed down for the guy,” Austin said. “He came to the sideline and actually gave good feedback."

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