Found April 14, 2012 on
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At 2 o’clock eastern time on a Saturday afternoon at Memorial Stadium, the Nebraska Cornhuskers will participate in their annual Red-White spring game.
Months after a disappointing finish to the 2011 season with a 30-13 loss to South Carolina, Nebraska will finally resume play before an expected large crowd Saturday.
Although this is only a spring game (more a scrimmage than an actual contest), it is a culmination of all the work the team has put into this spring season.
Coach Bo Pelini believes his team has made a great deal of progress over the previous month and expects his players to put on a good show out there Saturday.
The most intriguing storyline of the day will easily be that of quarterback Taylor Martinez. The junior has been much scrutinized the past two years for his poor footwork and inaccuracy in the passing department.
Martinez has been working hard this spring though, even giving up part of his spring break to work with QB coach Steve Calhoun on his game...
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Nebraska fans who want to get a good look at quarterback Taylor Martinez and running back Rex Burkhead better show up on time for Saturday's annual Red-White Game.
The way coach Bo Pelini sounded this week, the Cornhuskers' offensive stars and other top players might have their pads off by the second quarter.
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With Nebraska playing host their spring game this weekend, Darren Carlson from Big Red Network stopped by to answer a few questions for Crystal Ball Run.
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A band of strong thunderstorms brought a premature end to Nebraska's spring football season Saturday.
The annual Red-White Game was canceled, and coach Bo Pelini said the game will not be rescheduled.
Officials initially hoped to play the scrimmage Sunday, but Pelini said too many of his players had conflicts.
Records show Nebraska had played a spring game every year since...
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Scout.com has some film on the talented athlete from Louisiana, who has committed to sign with the Nebraska Cornhuskers.
You can strike one name off the list of potential coaching candidates to replace Bobby Petrino at Arkansas. There was talk of Nebraska head football coach Bo Pelini being in the running to be Petrino's sucessor. But Pelini has said emphatically that he's not interested in the job.
"Actually, I (Pelini)didn't even know my name got thrown around," he...