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The Fisher household figures to be a flash point for the new Nebraska-Iowa rivalry in the Big Ten.
Nebraska tackler extraordinaire Lavonte David demurred when told in September that he would be pressed into a starting linebacker's job.
There's no pleasing Bo Pelini.
The usual throng of reporters was back in the Nebraska football complex Saturday, marking an end to coach Bo Pelini's three-day media lockout.
It's been almost a decade since Nebraska went into a football season getting this much love.
"My parents make jokes about it pretty frequently," Sean Fisher said Tuesday during the Big Ten Legends Division spring football teleconference. "Unfortunately, we both play defense, so I don't think I'll probably get the opportunity to tackle little brother, which would be fun, unless it's on special teams. It's all in good fun within the family."
"I definitely think it's a way to measure yourself against some of the competition that has done such great things in terms of going to bowl games and having success," Fisher said.