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Nebraska football spring practice report: March 31

Posted: 2:36 PM, Mar 31, 2018
Updated: 2018-03-31 19:36:24Z

Nebraska football held its fourth practice of spring ball Saturday morning in the Hawks Championship Center in full pads. 

The Huskers Defensive Coordinator Eric Chinander spoke to the media after practice and gave his thoughts on the defense's performance. 

"I like the energy. The kids are really trying, they're buying in, they're doing what we ask them to do,” Chinander said. “A lot of learning left to go, a lot of coaching technique wise and just what we're trying to get done in the scheme, but I like where they're going. I think they're going to be alright."

Senior defensive back Aaron Williams gave his thoughts on the Huskers' new defensive scheme.

Mick Stoltenberg said Nebraska's defenders have some old habits that will not work in the new defensive scheme that the team is trying to break. 

Husker offensive lineman Tanner Farmer spoke to his goals for this upcoming season, saying he just wants to be a better teammate and the best football player he can possibly be. 

 

Senior running back Devine Ozigbo spoke about his relationship with the Huskers' new running back coach Ryan Held.