In conjunction with the walk-through, the Tigers had their team photo taken around the AT&T Cotton Bowl Classic logo at midfield.
This was the first time all week that the full team had set foot on the historic Cotton Bowl field.
“The field looks good,” head coach Tommy Tuberville said.
“We had a quality practice today,” Huskers head coach Bill Callahan said. “We had good tempo and energy. You can sense the excitement in our players. I came away with a very good feel that the team is well-prepared, and we have our rhythm and our execution at the level we want it for the game.
Head coach Tommy Tuberville praised his team after today’s work out.
“We had a good practice today,” Tuberville said. “We worked on our two-minute drill and no-huddle offense, some things we don’t work on at every practice.
Despite the inclement weather, Auburn head coach Tommy Tuberville opted to practice in the stadium instead of in SMU’s indoor facility. The Tigers practiced in shoulder pads and shorts, running inside and skeleton drills during a spirited workout on Ford Stadium’s artificial turf.
The team worked out in shorts and shoulder pads for just over 90 minutes in what Nebraska head coach Bill Callahan called more a “situation-orientated” practice.
“We cut back quite a bit,” said Callahan. “We had heavy practices our first two days down here.
Nebraska again conducted its workout in shorts and shoulder pads in what was a normal “Tuesday” practice under cool but ideal conditions.
“In terms of the volume, the tempo, the load and everything we set out to do, it was achieved (in today’s practice),” said Huskers head coach Bill Callahan.
Head Coach Tommy Tuberville was pleased with how his squad worked today under overcast skies in Dallas.
“We had a nice practice today,” Tuberville said. “We got on the grass today to get our speed down.
Coach Tommy Tuberville put his squad through a physical workout in full pads. This was the first practice for his team since Dec. 21, when the Tigers took a break for the Christmas holiday.
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Under the cool shadows of the home of the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys, Nebraska conducted its workout in shorts and shoulder pads, working mostly in group drills before moving to some scrimmaging to close the practice.
“We had a good practice today,” said Huskers head coach Bill Callahan.