Reaction from Nebraska’s Wednesday morning practice

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Nebraska’s football practice on Wednesday morning was open to the local media, and social media reactions are pouring in. One of the most significant pieces of news today was former Texas Tech transfer Devin Drew officially being cleared by the Nebraska football staff for full participation in fall camp. The 6-2, 280-pound Defensive Lineman played in 20 games over the last two years and logged 55 total tackles and .5 sacks during his tenure as a Red Raider.

Reporters also saw head coach Scott Frost and offensive coordinator Mark Whipple working with the first team offense on read-option drills, which could be further proof that the Huskers will still be running the quarterback in 2022. There was also a Thomas Fidone sighting at the practice. The tight end was the top recruit at his position in 2020 and was the highest-rated recruit to sign with NU since 2008. The Iowa native suffered a knee injury before the 2021 season and is still rehabbing with medical staff. Scroll below to see social media reactions to Wednesday morning’s workout.

We are officially 17 days from the season-opening kickoff, in which Nebraska will face Northwestern in Dublin, Ireland. Stay tuned to Cornhuskers Wire for all the latest news!

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