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Lindsey looking make improvements this offseason in Lincoln

Posted at 10:18 PM, Apr 23, 2018

After an up and down first season at Nebraska, Tyjon Lindsey hopes to explode on to the scene for the Huskers in 2018. 

The sophomore receiver had 42 all-purpose yards on five touches in Saturday's Spring Game. 

"Coach Frost says no fear of failure and our mindset has been dramatically changed from that quote," said Lindsey. 

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The California native will not be heading home to California this summer but will instead stay in Lincoln to workout with teammates. 

"I came here just to get away from all the distractions," Lindsey said. "Stuff out there besides my family, it's nothing but a distraction. I'm here to get my mind set. I see the year I'm trying to have and with that I'm going to have to make sacrifices."

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