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Nebraska director of high school relations Kenny Wilhite is a key component in the Huskers’ personnel operations. From his St. Louis roots to his connection with high school coaches, Wilhite is a big help for coach Scott Frost on the recruiting trail.
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Former Northwestern assistant coach Armon Gates is headed back to the Big Ten. Nothing is official yet, but it seems all but certain that coach Tim Miles has hired him for his staff.
There’s no place like Nebraska, or so the fight song says. When it comes to the Huskers’ assistant coaches, they’re inclined to agree.
Bad news and a defense
An audit from Nebraska athletic director Bill Moos’ time at Washington State found mismanagement within the athletic department. Moos has since defended his work with WSU, saying he was proud of what he accomplished with the Cougars.
Fitting in just fine
Nebraska wide receiver Mike Williams is playing on the outside in Frost’s offense, but he is fine with that.
Senior class voting
Want to help Scott Schreiber in Senior Class Award voting? You can until May 28.
Schreiber needs your help in the @SnrCLASSAward voting!
Voting is open until May 28th.
— Nebraska Baseball (@Husker_Baseball) April 25, 2018
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