Here are several other observations from nearly three hours at Memorial Stadium, including a pretty slick play from Omar Manning and company.
More than 3,000 fans gladly snapped up free tickets to watch the Huskers practice two weeks before the Red-White Spring Game.
On his third Big Ten team, receiver Oliver Martin feels like he's finding his way with the Huskers.
Four-star running back Justin Williams (Dallas, Georgia) and three-star tight end Chase Androff (Lakeville, Minnesota) announced their plan to visit.
A native of Suwanee, Georgia, Quinton Newsome helped himself adjust to Lincoln by being friendly to basically everyone he encounters.
Neither Chinander nor Lubick said anything groundbreaking, which means things are mostly proceeding along normally in the middle of spring ball.
Coaches and players alike have praised Adrian Martinez this spring. What does that mean in the grand scheme of things?
NU redshirt freshman Myles Farmer describes ankle injury before last season's Purdue game as "freak accident" to lead Wednesday's notebook.
Be prepared to see a lot of No. 5 this season. He says there's a "chip" on his shoulder, and makes it clear he's going all-out for the Huskers.
The list includes a dynamic athlete from Kansas who's putting up eye-catching track numbers and being recruited by NU on both sides of the ball.
Scott Frost gives an update on Adrian Martinez's good spring, Logan Smothers' arm, Heinrich Haarberg's talent and Matt Masker's control.
Safeties Deontai Williams and Marquel Dismuke surely are among the strongest leaders on Nebraska’s roster. Listen to them. They just have to be.
The Husker receiving group, with few players who have seen much time on the field at NU, seems to be getting the offense down this spring.
It's mailbag time. A great time of the week. We address a football matter that won't go away and some disappointing NCAA volleyball talk.
Tuioti: “I love it here, but I haven’t been happy the past two years because I know we can do better." How? He shares a few ways.
In last year's finale, the Huskers started three freshmen on the offensive line for the first time ever. The team rushed for 365 yards.
The Huskers will allow 4,000 fans into Memorial Stadium for the workout, which is scheduled for approximately 2:15-4:45 p.m. Details here.
The 6-foot-6, 310-pound Robinson is one of many familiar faces angling to carry the momentum NU's defense built last season into the new year.
Stepp is the most notable of the group because he arrived on campus hoping to use spring to catapult to the top of the depth chart.
Playing in a bowl game would've been the right thing to do for Nebraska's program, Deontai Williams says.
Who was dressed, and who wasn't? How'd Adrian Martinez look? And what does a spring session look and sound like? Let's dive in.
NU running backs coach Ryan Held makes it clear: "We’ve got to be able to be a downhill, physical team."
Athletic director Bill Moos said he hopes for a capacity as high as 75% for the spring game, depending on guidance from local health officials.
One area the quarterback is working on? Turnovers. As Mario Verduzco not-so-subtly put it, “No more frickin’ turnovers. That’s it.”
Mario Verduzco has been with Logan Smothers for awhile now, and he's finally seen Heinrich Haarberg throw a football. So, how's he feeling?