Scott Frost addresses media to open spring practice

Nebraska football head coach Scott Frost opened up spring football with a press conference where he addressed the upcoming spring football camps. 

Frost said that the players have adjusted well to the new practice layout, and that there has been a lot of buy-in and effort from the players. 

In some injury news, sophomore defensive back Jojo Domann (knee) and senior linebacker Luke Gifford (hip) won't be back for spring, senior linebacker Sedrick King, senior running back Tre Bryant and senior lineman Cole Conrad might be back for spring but will be limited, while junior Michael Decker is getting close, but probably won't practice in spring.

Frost said that he wants 130-140 reps of 7-on-7 for his team during practice. He also said that he doesn't want to kill his players off too early, and that he will ease them into his spring camp.

"This isn't Navy SEAL hell week," Frost said. "Our practices are fun. The guys are going to enjoy them. We’re just going to get a lot done in a shorter amount of time than most people do."

The Huskers head coach also said that the Huskers' offense will focus on the run first. 

For more from Frost's press conference, watch the full video below.

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