NU Football August 31 Practice Report

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Courtesy: UNL Media Relations

Lincoln, Neb. – The Nebraska football team practiced for two hours in full pads and helmets Wednesday afternoon. The offense practiced in Memorial Stadium while the defense practiced on the Ed and Joyanne Gass Practice Field.

Offensive coordinator Danny Langsdorf spoke to the media after practice, and had positive things to say in regards to the offensive line.

“We’ve had great work,” Langsdorf said. “I think they’re confident and ready, they’ve been practicing well.”

Langsdorf also credited true freshman I-back Tre Bryant’s progression in preparation for the season.

“He’s really picked up the system well,” Langsdorf said. “He’s mature, he’s smart, he’s physical as a runner, and he’s a receiving threat.”

When asked about Fresno State’s new defensive coordinator, Langsdorf seemed unconcerned.

“Fall camp is for a lot of different defenses and looks and things that you’re gonna get through the year,” Langsdorf said. “We’ll have gotten some good work on things.”

Although season tickets are sold out for the 2016 season, fans who want to see the Huskers in person this season at Memorial Stadium can purchase single-game tickets from returning visiting team allotments.

Nebraska Athletics is offering the B1G Pack, where fans can save $10 off single-game pricing and receive a ticket to both the Purdue and Maryland games for $120.

Single-game tickets are also available to the Huskers’ season opener with Fresno State on Sept. 3 ($75) and the Oct. 1 homecoming game against Illinois ($65). To order tickets, visit or call 1-800-8 BIG RED during regular business hours (8 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday.-Friday). For more information, visit