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Secondary coach Travis Fisher hasn’t been shy that he expects a quartet of incoming freshmen — Javin Wright, Quinton Newsome, Myles Farmer and Noa Pola-Gates — to provide an immediate challenge for his veterans. The incumbents, though, aren’t just going to sit idly by.
Nebraska defensive backs coach Travis Fisher knows exactly what he wants from defenders and verbalizes it well. It's no wonder the Husker secondary seems stabilized for the 2019 season, and is perhaps the defense's strongest position group.
What we knew going in: Lamar Jackson, Dicaprio Bootle and Cam Taylor are clearly the top three cornerbacks, but there is a bit more to clear u…
Nebraska freshman inside linebacker Nick Henrich had his first collegiate spring ball cut short by an injury and now he's facing a rather leng…
The Nebraska football team wrapped up spring practice No. 11 Wednesday at Hawks Championship Center.
Cam Taylor played multiple positions in high school, and he's going to get looks at multiple spots in Nebraska's defensive backfield.
Travis Fisher discusses what the next steps look like for redshirt freshman defensive back Cam'ron Jones.
The Husker Extra countdown to spring ball continues with a look at Nebraska's corners, often seen as one of the team's strengths.
As far as pizzazz goes, this February signing date will not come close to matching last February’s for head coach Scott Frost and Nebraska.
Husker fans have already seen a good amount of freshman corner Cam Taylor, and they can expect to see much more over the final five games.