Athlon ranks Nebraska 37th nationally in their season preview edition. According to the publication, six wins are probably a reasonable expectation for Scott Frost’s third season as head coach. That despite greater optimism going into a spring that ended after two March practices due to the coronavirus pandemic. If the Huskers are to win enough to earn their first bowl bid since 2016, they’ll have to start strong, since they face a back-loaded conference schedule. Nebraska’s final five opponents all finished last season ranked in the AP top 15, and three of those games are on the road.
Beginning June 18th NSAA member schools will be permitted to participate in camps, clinics, and summer leagues in all NSAA sanctioned activities except basketball, football, soccer, and wrestling. Effective immediately NSAA member schools may hold open gyms for basketball, football, soccer, and wrestling with the following restrictions: individual skills and workouts only, no physical contact with others, no sharing of equipment and no grouping of students. Open gym supervisors will be required to enforce the above restrictions. Should the Governor issue further DHMs that would modify the foregoing provisions or other conditions warrant, these requirements will be adjusted. Any further official updates will be posted on the NSAA website and the NSAA social media platforms.