5 things we learned from Wednesday's Nebraska football press conference

The October 24 press conference continues the upbeat talk for the Nebraska football team as they prepare for Bethune Cookman.

The coaching staff and players for the Nebraska football team talked to the media, on Wednesday after practice, and had some rather enlightening things to say about how the week and the season have gone. Check out the biggest hits from their press appearance.

1

Mick Stoltenberg could be back this Saturday

Stoltenberg has missed the last few games due to injury. In fact he's played around 60 snaps this season. He says he practiced "full go" on Tuesday and Wednesday and plans to get into the game against Bethune Cookman. That's bigger news for the rest of the season, as the defensive line has struggled the last few weeks.

2

Martinez has been practicing like he plays

We all know just how dominant Adrian Martinez was against Minnesota. His position coach Mario Verduzco said he didn't know the kind of stats he put up until after the game but he wasn't surprised. Verduzco says Martinez has been practicing as efficiently as he's played in games.

3

Ozigbo has done well because of the trust the coaches have put in him

Devine Ozigbo talked on Wednesday about the factors that have led to his big senior season. He said the trust the coaches have put in him was what helped the most. "They let you play freely, to not really worry about much, not really worry about messing up," he told the media.

4

Sean Beckton is the reason Nebraska football is taking on Bethune Cookman this weekend.

The tight ends coach is talked about as having connections everywhere. His connections to Bethune Cookman are why the Huskers were able to schedule this game. Beckton says he got the two teams' coaches on the phone so they could talk, plan, and eventually make a deal.

5

Nebraska football wants five offensive line recruits in 2019 class

Coming off their best game of the season, the future looks bright for the Nebraska football offensive line. Speaking of that future, line coach Greg Austin said the team plans to take as many as five linemen in the 2019 class. They're sitting at three now, so that's a roadmap to what they're thinking the rest of the way.

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