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Frazier’s ankle still on the mend
From Staff Reports
Nebraska football coach Tom
Osborne said Wednesday that quar
terback Tommie Frazier was continu
ing to show signs of improvement
from the ankle sprain he suffered
against North Texas.
“Frazier moved about the best he
has on a Wednesday since he got
hurt,” Osborne said. “He’s still not
100 percent, but he appeared to be a
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W ingback Abdul Muhammad, who
has a sore knee and ankle, practiced
on Wednesday but is questionable for
Saturday, Osborne said. Outside line
backer Bruce Moore, who has a pulled
groin, did not practice and is doubtful
for Colorado State, Osborne said.
Right tackle Zach Wiegert (knee
and ankle) practiced and is listed as
probable for this week.
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The Huskers, who normally prac
tice on the grass fields on Wednes
days, worked out at Memorial Stadi
um because of the wet conditions.
“I think we had a good practice,”
Osborne said. “We did back off a little
bit. Last night I was a little worried
because we banged around a lot on
Monday and Tuesday. So we did ease
off and hopefully they’ll be in a little
better shape by Saturday.”
NU player gets
From Staff Reports
Nebraska linebacker Trev Alberts
has been named the college football
defensive player of the week by Sports
Alberts, a 6-foot-4-inch, 240-pound
senior from Cedar Falls, Iowa, made
a career-high 12 tackles — 10 unas
sisted—and had two sacks for 3 yards
lost in the Huskers’ 14-13 win Satur
day over UCLA.
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Nova driven by Mickey Joesph.
And if the Blackshirts learn to
tackle while they attack, they will
benefit from their new, aggressive
But, as Saturday proved, they’ll
also get burned by big plays and big
busts up the middle. And everyone
knows that Buffaloes stampede up the
middle better than Bruins do.
Despite its 41-37 loss to Stanford,
Colorado was die dominant team Sat
urd ‘ ' —«—
The Buffaloes’ offense — until
coach Bill McCartney got conserva
tive in the fourth quarter—was more
potent than ever. Their defense left
something to be desired.
So did Nebraska’s. And so does
After their matchup with Miami,
the Buffaloes will have two fourth
quarter tests — and probably losses.
That’s two more tests than Nebras
ka will have.
But does that mean the Buffaloes
will have the advantage?
History — 1990—says yes. The
talfcnt ofTommie Frazier, Calvin Jones
and Trev Alberts says no.
Wake me up when the battle gets
here. Goodness knows I won’t sleep
through that one.
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