NCAA legislation impact on Nebraska recruiting; volleyball coach John Cook receives raise


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Possible impact

The NCAA announced new legislation on Wednesday surrounding redshirt and transfer rules. How could that affect Nebraska on the recruiting trail? Land of 10’s Chris Bumbaca broke the possible impact down.

A well-deserved raise

After winning his second national title in three years, Nebraska volleyball coach John Cook has received a well-deserved raise.

Potential grad transfer?

Bowling Green graduate transfer Cameron Jefferies could be a possible graduate transfer for Nebraska, especially considering the Huskers’ current depth in the secondary.

Adding strength

Nebraska freshman quarterback Adrian Martinez has added a lot of strength and weight in the offseason so far. Quarterbacks coach Mario Verduzco said he is around 205 pounds now.

Alternate thoughts

Athletic director Bill Moos doesn’t mind the occasional alternate uniform for Nebraska, but he’d prefer not to make it a regular thing for the Huskers.

Wisdom from Barrett Ruud

Need a little motivation to get through the rest of the work week? Inside linebackers coach Barrett Ruud is here to help.

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