Wednesday marked the third stop on our annual summer football tour across the Big Ten. [ MORE: 5 things Tom Dienhart learned | Fun nuggets from Nebraska ] Stop No. 3 of 14 had us visiting Lincoln, Nebraska, to watch Mike Riley’s first Nebraska team. We actually had the opportunity to catch a pair of practices, both Tuesday and Wednesday night. Get BTN analyst analyst Gerry DiNardo and BTN host Dave Revsine’s tweets from the practices below. @gerrydinardo *** @BTNDaveRevsine
The BTN bus just left Nebraska practice, and now it’s time to share some fun nuggets I gathered while I watched the Cornhuskers practice the last two days. [ MORE: 5 things our guy learned at Nebraska | See our Nebraska tweets ] Former Husker offensive line coach Milt Tenopir was on hand on Tuesday in a scooter as he battles cancer. He built some legendary offensive lines in Lincoln from 1974-2002. De’Mornay Pierson-El wears three rubber wristbands for inspiration. Two show support for children he has met. The other—a black one—simply reads: “Prove Them All Wrong.” He is doing
The third stop on our annual summer trek across the Big Ten brought us to Lincoln, Nebraska, where we watched the Cornhuskers practice twice. See what Tom Dienhart learned inside.
Michigan State fifth-year senior linebacker Ed Davis suffered a season-ending knee injury midway through Wednesday’s first preseason practice in full pads. A post-practice MRI confirmed the injury will require surgery. “We’re so disappointed for Ed Davis, and his presence in the lineup will be missed,” MSU head coach Mark Dantonio said. “Ed is a tremendous playmaker and a solid leader. He will still have an important role on this team, and he might have the opportunity to qualify for a sixth year of eligibility. “Our program has faced adversity before, so now it’s time to adopt the ‘next man up’
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Tommy Armstrong is the most experienced and accomplished returning quarterback in the Big Ten West. [ GET TO KNOW: Drew Ott | Jordan Lucas | Nate Sudfeld & Joshua Perry | Mason Monheim | Joe Bolden | Leonte Carroo | Corey Clement ] A season ago, the Nebraska signal-caller threw for 2,695 yards and 22 touchdowns, both of which led the West. He also added 705 yards and six scores on the ground. Armstrong’s transition to new coach Mike Riley’s pro-style offense figures to be one of the more interesting storylines of training camp. Before we find out how he
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The BTN bus stops for no one. Good-bye, Iowa. Hello, Nebraska, home of the Cornhuskers. Our crew will attend Wednesday night's practice. Until then, see what Tom Dienhart will be watching tonight.
The BTN tour bus was in Iowa City, Iowa, to watch the Hawkeyes practice on Tuesday morning. Get BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart's fun nuggets from the practice inside.