Friday’s Husker practice report

Friday’s Husker practice report
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ACTION. OUR OWN MATT LOTHROP WAS ON-HAND
AND HAS MORE FROM LINCOLN. MATT: TH CORNHUSKERS
GRABBING WAKE TO A FULL CAMP
WITH A SCRIMMAGE AND SENT
MEMORIAL STADIUM. SCOTT FROST PRAISING HIS TEAM’S
PROGRESS THROUGH THE FIRST TWO
WEEKS OF FALL CAMP BUT SAYS THE
IMPROVEMENTS CANNOT STOP YOUR. SCOTT FROST: SOMETIMES WE
PRACTICE SO FAST THAT IT IS EASY
TO BE FOCUS NOT ON THE GAME
SITUATION, SO WE ARE GOING TO
KEEP WORKING WITH AS MANY
SITUATIONS AS WE CAN SO WE CAN MAKE THE RIGHT DECISIONS. WE NEED TO HAVE A SMART TEAM,
NOT JUST TALENTED TEAM. MATT SOME REGULARS SET OUT OF
THE SCRIMMAGE GIVING YOUNGER
PLAYERS ADDITIONAL REPS, BUT THE
ALLOCATION WILL ALL CHANGE NEXT
WEEK. SCOTT FROS WE ARE GOING TO GO
THREE OR FOUR MORE DAYS OF
PRACTICE AND THEN KIND OF START
TURNING OUR ATTENTION TO FIRST
GAME. AT THAT POINT, WE WILL HAVE TO
DIVIDE INTO OFFENSE AND DEFENSE
AND SCOUT TEAMS AND MAKE SOME
DECISIONS THEN. MATT: CHRISTIAN GAYLORD WILL
MISS THE SEASON WITH A KNEE
INJURY, THE FIRST INJURY OF FALL
CAMP. HERE IS SEAN CALLAHAN OF A
STRONG LINE. SEAN: THE INJURY TO CHRISTIAN
GAYLORD SOLIDIFIES HOW IMPORTANT
IT IS TO NEBRASKA NOW IN 2019 TO
KEEP BOTH MATT FARNIOK AND
BRENDAN HINES HEALTHY. HE WAS A VETERAN BODY AND NOW
BEHIND THOSE TWO, YOU’RE LOOKING
AT A TRUE FRESHMAN AND A YOUNGER
PLAYER, NEITHER OF THE GUYS
TAKEN A TRUE SEVEN AT THIS
POINT. TACKLE DEPTH WILL BE SOMETHING
TO WATCH CLOSELY FOR NEBRASKA
ALL SEASON. WITH THE HUSKERS IN LINCON, I’M
SEAN CALLAHAN OF
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