Nebraska Athletic Director Bill Moos announced that the 2020 Nebraska football spring game will not take place on April 18th and most likely not at all. Moos talking with Ben McLaughlin on Sports Nightly last night expressed his doubts that a spring game would actually take place but did stress the importance of still getting in the remaining 13 practices that Nebraska would still be allowed to conduct. The NCAA allows each program 15 organized spring practices. The Huskers completed just two practices before the conference suspended all organized practices because of the coronavirus threat. The Big Ten said it would suspend all organized spring activities including practices until at least April 6th.