Brendan Radley-Hiles visits Nebraska; Bob Diaco says mistakes vs. Wisconsin correctable


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No place like it

Brendan “Bookie” Radley-Hiles took his official visit to Nebraska on Saturday. How did it go for the Huskers commit? Between his classmates, friends and family, it couldn’t have been better.

Correctable mistakes

Are Nebraska’s mistakes in the loss to Wisconsin fixable? According to defensive coordinator Bob Diaco, the answer is yes.

“Every single play is correctable,” Diaco said after practice on Tuesday. “Not players. It was plays, and the plays are correctable.”

Recruiting against Nebraska

Could cornerback Houston Griffith’s commitment to Florida State mean anything for Nebraska? Maybe, if Griffith has his way. He is actively recruiting current Nebraska wide receiver commit Joshua Moore, but there’s no reason to believe Moore is flipping at this time.

Confidence is back

Chris Jones was sidelined after surgery to repair a meniscus tear in his right knee, but the senior cornerback is back. Even more than that, he has his confidence back and is ready to make a statement against Ohio State.

Pro Big Red

Need an update on the former Huskers in the NFL? Nebraska has you covered, with a good recap of how all the former Huskers fared in Week 5.

Luke Gifford shines

Nebraska may have lost to Wisconsin, but junior linebacker Luke Gifford was impressive. His highlights show just that.

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