Joe Ganz led the Red team to an early lead during Saturday's spring scrimmage. Coach Bo Pelini indicated Ganz as the clear No. 1 quarterback for NU heading into fall ball.
Continue reading for more photos from the sideline of the Husker Spring Game, courtesy of Kirt Manion.
The Nebraska band entertained fans from their perch above the southwest stadium tunnel.
A trimmed down Zach Potter hopes to be "throwing the bones" following an increased number of big plays by the defense this fall.
Cody Glenn will be counted on to contribute to the linebacking core after three years of splitting time in the Huskers' offensive backfield.
Longtime Husker assistant Ron Brown was back-to-work in front of a packed house at Memorial Stadium for the first time since being relieved by former Husker Coach Bill Callahan in January of 2004.
Offensive coordinator Shawn Watson and senior quarterback Joe Ganz dialed up a pair of first half touchdown passes.
Lydon Murtha and the Husker offensive line look to be one of the team's strengths, both in depth and talent, this fall.
Red team defensive back Prince Amukamara knocks the ball loose from running back Quentin Castille. Coach Bo Pelini and the Husker defenders have been working on creating more turnovers after the squad struggled to create many last year.
Red team defensive tackle Kevin Dixon runs down Quentin Castille.
Red team receiver Matt Donahue hauled in a 48-yard pass from quarterback Beau Davis during the first half.
Boosters packed the Coliseum to listen to Tom Osborne, Bo Pelini and Baseball Coach Mike Anderson talk prior to the Spring Game.