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May 2000

May 2000


Reaching the Top

Over the years, Nebraska football has become synonymous with words like tradition, domination, and of course, winning. What is sometimes overlooked, however, is the role technology has played in creating the institution that is Husker football.
by: Scott Dannehl, M.A.
© May 2000

With its groundbreaking use of computers, video cameras and advances in research in human kinetics (just to name a few), the University of Nebraska has become known as "the birthplace for strength and conditioning in collegiate athletics." The person most responsible for the inception of not only Nebraska's strength and conditioning program, but also programs throughout the country, is Director of Performance Boyd Epley.

Epley began his career with Nebraska in 1969 when he became the first strength coach in the Big 8 Conference. In his 31 years at Nebraska, Epley and his staff have helped develop one of the premier football programs in the country. But they didn't do this without some help. Technology has played an important role in bringing the Husker football program to the elite level it is at today.

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