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Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer 

Nebraska senior receiver Stanley Morgan Jr. said Scott Frost's message to the team has been simple: No fear of failure. "And that's how we're going to bring back the old Nebraska," Morgan said.

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

It's been rumored for a while but Clemson makes it official today: An all-Tiger showdown with LSU coming to Death Valley (north) to open the 2025 season and Clemson going to Death Valley (south) on 9/5/2026. Clemson also announced a home game vs Troy in 2025.

Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer 

They still grow ‘em big in the Nebraska Heartland.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

UCLA offensive lineman Jake Burton was asked about any specific scheme that Chip Kelly has implemented. He smiled. "Probably just going fast." "I heard his practices were fast, and then I got out to practice, and they were all true," Burton said. "Super fast; they're really physical. His biggest thing is you have to fly around; you have to play with your hair on fire. And if you mess up, mess up going a hundred miles an hour."

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

UCLA offensive lineman Michael Alves, when asked if he is confident Chip Kelly can turn that offense around: "He's one of the smartest football minds I've ever met. It's like he knows every little thing on every play. He's probably supposed to, but it's just cool to see that every mistake we make, he sees it right away. Every mistake the wide receivers make, he sees it right away. Just the way our offense is run is really cool. It all works together like a puzzle, so I think it's going to work out great."

Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer 

The Nebraska defensive line getting in a little sled work.

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Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

Welcome to Bruins practice

Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer 

Already, Nebraska coach Scott Frost has seen what he called some "spectacular" plays in preseason camp by true freshman running back Maurice Washington.

Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer 

Scott Frost is back home at Nebraska, where he's been nothing short of a rock star.