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Offensive Coordinator Danny Langsdorf Talks Nebraska OL, BYU Preparation After Monday's Practice

The Huskers welcomed the entire team outside the 105 Monday as school has started.

David McGee

The Nebraska Cornhuskers practiced in the mid-afternoon on Monday, the first full day of classes at UNL.

This was the final practice of Fall Camp that the media could watch in it's entirety. The takes will be warm.

Lets see what people said and saw. Offensive Coordinator Danny Langsdorf was the one in front of the media.

One could probably entail that the first few tweets can mesh with each other pretty well. Nebraska needs a consistent starting lineup, and the ones who can both run & pass block the best will be the starters.

Jamal Turner has been the healthiest of the Wideouts this Camp so far. Amazing. /knocks on 200 year old wood

Let us all hope that a Redshirt isn't burned just because someone wanted to get on the field early but couldn't play after the B1G schedule started, especially with this group.

I would like to know when that drive took place and who against depth wise. However, 15 play drives can seem to wear you out, even after a Summer's worth of conditioning!



That had to be a pretty special moment.

Few other notes:

- According to the UNL SID, Daniel Davie, Lane Hovey, Terrell Newby and Stanley Morgan returned to the practice field.

- The Huskers went for 90 minutes on Monday, which was probably due to the fact that anyone outside the 105 was practicing for the first time.

- Langsdorf had praise on Monday for redshirt FR. Tackle Nick Gates:

"Yeah I think he has been steadily improving. He is a young guy that we have to have grow up in a hurry. I think he has a done a nice job—he has been playing right tackle and we challenge him early to learn and be ready to play and I think he has responded. He is playing his best football now."

Head Coach Mike Riley will be available after Tuesday's practice, which we will give you the details of after it happens.