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Oumar Ballo continued his big weekend as UA improves to 16-1 overall and 6-0 in the Pac-12.
It's easy to understand why Casey Thompson's new teammates at Nebraska will pay close attention to his work during winter conditioning. His father thinks they'll respect what they see.
Nebraska is not wasting any time getting involved in recruiting an in-state player with a bright future — and a whole lot of high school football still ahead of him.