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It would be easy for Nebraska’s remaining staff to give up on recruiting, but that’s not how they operate. Interim head coach Trent Bray and his small staff are doing their best to continue selling the Huskers through this time of uncertainty.
While Nebraska’s defense was shut out of any Big Ten honors, three Huskers earned honorable mention on special teams. Those three are placekicker Drew Brown and returners De’Mornay Pierson-El and JD Spielman.
Finding Bob Devaney
The two-month search to find Nebraska coach Bob Devaney is something that ultimately changed Huskers football forever. As Nebraska embarks on another coaching search, it’s a memory worth reliving.
For Bray, it’s all about a smooth and positive transition for Nebraska. While he works to keep things going with recruiting, he is also focused on the players and keeping their heads up during this time.
Odd teams out
Nebraska and Texas were on the outside looking in on the NCAA volleyball bracket Sunday night. However, Lisa Peterson, chair of the NCAA Division I women’s volleyball selection committee, felt the committee did its best to putting together the 2017 bracket.
Coach of the year
Congratulations to Nebraska volleyball coach John Cook for being named the Big Ten Coach of the Year. Well deserved.
Coach @jcook2 is the #B1G Coach of the Year as voted on by the coaches for the 2nd straight year after leading the #Huskers to back-to-back Big Ten titles! #WithEachOtherForEachOther pic.twitter.com/WD5g8GjfMt
— Husker Volleyball (@Huskervball) November 28, 2017
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