Lincoln, Neb.- The Nebraska
football team continued its fall camp by competing in a team scrimmage
Saturday, practicing for just over two hours inside Memorial Stadium in full
Head Coach Bo
Pelini addressed the media following practice, and overall liked how the team
competed in the first week of practice.
“I’ve seen a
lot of positive things, and a lot of things that you can expect during the
first week of practice,” he said. “I’ve also seen a lot of things we need to
work on and get better at. But it’s about where you expect to be at after the
end of the first week. I thought it was a really good first week though, good
attention of detail and great effort.”
team’s scrimmage Pelini liked the tempo, which allowed the offensive to get
well over 100 plays in.
noted that he likes what he has seen from freshman defensive back Charles
“Charles is a
talented young man who has a lot to learn, but he has put his time in and is
really working hard,” Pelini said. “He is going to be a good player in time. “
first week of practice, Pelini also liked the overall depth of the team, with
competition for playing time at all positions.
“There is no
one that is set in their position, that is why we are out here practicing at
the guys are competing hard,” he said.
conducting nine practices in eight days, the Huskers will be off on Sunday. The
team returns to practice on Monday, as Nebraska continues preparation for its
Sept. 1 season opener against Southern Miss.