Nebraska football head coach Scott Frost has made many changes to the Huskers program since taking over the program at his alma mater in December 2017.
An area Frost has changed during the daily practices are the team's stretching routines. Gone are the days of static stretches and large amounts of time used to warm players up for the grind on the gridiron; in is a new brand of stretching aimed to help the Huskers for the field.
"Our guys have learned to not like the word stretch," Frost said. "Stretching isn't sitting on the ground doing hurdlers stretch, it is hard here. They'll be tired after stretching but it gets their bodies ready without much time. It's a right of passage too, being able to go through stretch and dominate stretch and it's a mentality thing for us as well as getting them right physically."
Frost and the Huskers will be back on the practice field on Tuesday August 14.