Lincoln, Neb. — What did we learn today at the Nebraska spring game? Not a lot, really. Never do in these things. But that’s not the point. The point is to excite the fan base for the coming season, to get some young players live work—and to avoid injuries.
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Ohio State junior Deshaun Thomas announced Friday that he will enter the 2013 NBA Draft. What will the Big Ten’s other top pro prospects do? You know, underclassmen like Trey Burke, Cody Zeller and Adreian Payne, among others? I asked draft analyst Ed Isaacson for his thoughts. Follow Isaacson on Twitter (@nbadraftblog) and check out his blog.
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Throughout Saturday afternoon’s Red-White Spring Game on BTN/BTN2Go at Memorial Stadium, BTN.com is clipping and posting all the greatest highlights. Watch all the day’s best plays, plus get our on-the-field interviews, in this post.
Think it’s easy to field punts? It isn’t as routine as returners often make it look. If you feel otherwise, watch linemen attempt to do it. Midway through the second quarter of Saturday’s Red-White Spring Game, Bo Pelini and Nebraska implemented a fun drill that awarded points for offensive linemen who caught punts. Needless to say, the drill was highly entertaining. Watch the Husker linemen try to catch punts now.
BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart is at Saturday’s Nebraska Red-White Spring Game at Memorial Stadium, and we’re collecting all of his tweets here. Read all of his best tweets in this post and don’t be afraid to ask him a question on Twitter (@BTNTomDienhart).
Nebraska opened up the Big Ten spring game schedule Saturday afternoon with its annual, and highly anticipated, Red-White Spring Game. Prior to the game, BTN sideline reporter and Nebraska product Will Shields interviewed Bo Pelini, former running back Rex Burkhead and running back Ameer Abdullah. Watch our interview with Pelini here and find the other videos in this post.