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The Beast weighs in on his situation

Johnson biding his time

If there is a position that Nebraska can't afford to lose anyone at might be at defensive line. There is paper thin depth there and there is a real need to develop what depth there is for the future. Here lies the dilemma, Nebraska's star DT recruit from junior college was in Lincoln until he had to return to California to finish up some things. When will he be in Lincoln?

One of the more heralded recruits from last year's class has to be Brandon Johnson from Compton (Calif.) C.C. "The Beast" is so valuable to Nebraska's situation because of his ability to play inside or outside defensive line. Johnson was in Lincoln this summer for workouts before needing to return to California to clear up some things academically. Johnson is still out there right now. "Things...

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