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Topic - Austin Cassidy
Nebraska defensive coordinator Carl Pelini believes bigger is better in the secondary against seventh-ranked Wisconsin.
Nebraska draws one of the biggest crowds in the country for its spring game and this year the fans want to see the new offense the Cornhuskers are taking into the Big Ten.
Jake Locker bounced back from an injury he said looked worse than it was, scoring on a 25-yard run in the third quarter to help Washington to a 19-7 victory over punchless No. 17 Nebraska in the Holiday Bowl on Thursday night.
"It's going to be really exciting. It'll be a cool experience," Nebraska safety Austin Cassidy said. "I can't wait to see what it's all about."
"These coaches aren't scared to switch it up," Huskers free safety Austin Cassidy said. "If something's not working, or something's not working as well as they want it to, they're going to be willing to switch it up at any time."