Nebraska coach Mike Riley hopes a trip to California to play in the Foster Farms Bowl against UCLA will open up recruiting avenues for the Huskers.
Riley says the coaching staff is working hard in the recruiting hotbeds of California and Florida and while the priority for the Huskers is local talent they plan to recruit coast-to-coast.
“Everywhere we go is important and California would be a very good example of that”, said Riley. “If we could get two or three guys a year from California and keep that connection going and growing that is what I want to do.”
The Huskers leave for San Francisco after practice on Monday.