The Nebraska football team practiced for two hours in full pads inside the Hawks Championship Center on Wednesday as the Huskers continued spring workouts.
“I’m seeing progress on both sides,” Head coach Bo Pelini said. “I’m seeing guys who are competing, and I think it’s been a productive seven practices to this point. We’ll scrimmage tomorrow night (Thursday) and go from there.”
The Huskers are continuing to implement details on both the offensive and defensive sides of the ball.
“Now we need to get into the details and the fine points that are going to allow them to have success,” Pelini said.
Offensively, quarterback Tommy Armstrong likes his receiver corps and offensive line.
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Pelini likes the way the young defensive lineman are progressing in camp.
“Malik Collins has really had a good camp. Kevin Maurice is doing some good things, and Vincent Valentine has really flashed at times. End to end, this group is way ahead of where they were last year,” Pelini said.
The Huskers return to the practice field on Thursday for their final practice before Spring Break. The squad will return to practice on March 31 in preparation for its Spring Game, set for Saturday, April 12, at 2 p.m.