One of defensive coordinator Joe Barry's biggest tasks during camp will be identifying who can play the "Star" position.
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Nebraska fans may regard the Big 12's shaky future with a degree of sadness, and perhaps a large degree of sadness. It's understandable.
On Erik Chinander’s side of the ball, perhaps no single player carries the intrigue of inside linebacker Nick Henrich, a redshirt freshman from Omaha Burke.
Defensive coordinator Joe Barry will have plenty of options, with second-year linebackers Krys Barnes and Kamal Martin seemingly the favorites among holdovers on the roster.
"I’m tempted to say Alberts stole the show during Big Ten Media Days in Indianapolis,"
he writes on the new Husker athletic director.
The senior is using his pandemic-induced extra year of eligibility for one more season with Missouri.
Nebraska coach Scott Frost didn't exactly try to diminish intrigue in the 6-foot-3, 190-pound transfer wide receiver from Montana.
Former Husker QB Noah Vedral took advantage of his opportunity to play at Rutgers in 2020, and he saw success in a trying year.
“I’d run through a wall for him,” senior tight end Jake Ferguson said of Badgers coach Paul Chryst.
Adams, who is set to become an unrestricted free agent after the season, has cut off extension talks with the team — and there are no plans to resume them with training camp set to kick off next week.