If you had an inconsiderate friend schedule a wedding for Saturday and you missed the game, you might be pleased with the final box score. A 21-point win with three rushing touchdowns plus another two touchdowns caught from the tight end unit that was missing Travis Vokolek. But with 11 minutes left in the game,Continue reading “Nebraska vs North Dakota Recap”
I wrote in my preseason preview about all the new faces around the offense. Despite the new players, the game looked the same. QB Casey Thompson moved the ball well down the field, but the potential game-winning drive ended in a turnover. The offensive line struggled. A bad call by the refs hurt the psycheContinue reading “Nebraska vs Northwestern Recap”
How will the Huskers make up for lost production in 2022?
How have Texas and Nebraska faired since their fateful Big 12 Championship matchup?
The Nebraska Cornhuskers have not won as many games as their play suggests
The Huskers could be on the verge of something unprecedented, just not in the way they want
I am not going to be the first person to tell you that Scott Frost has struggled in one score games at Nebraska. Unfortunately, I likely will not be the last one either. Frost is quickly rising on the leaderboards in two bad coaching categories of the modern era of football. While losing a oneContinue reading “Close, but No Cigar”
On September 18, 2021 Nebraska and Oklahoma will meet for the 87th time and honor the 50th Anniversary of one of the greatest college football games ever played. Big 8, Big 12, and national championships would often be decided on the fate of this game for the next forty years. However, hard times have fallenContinue reading “Days Go By”
Parker Gabriel wrote a piece about the large share of the rushing output Husker’s QB Adrian Martinez is responsible for. Like Parker says, Adrian has over a quarter of the Huskers carries every season he’s played at Nebraska including eclipsing the 30% threshold during his freshman year while being paired with his most talented runningContinue reading “Run the Ball – With Someone Else”
In college, I had a joke with a friend. Everyone in the stadium would clap with a three-yard play on 1st and 10. If the defense gives up just two more three-yard plays it is 4th and 1. The offense is looking at two plays where it can either throw or run. Football in 2020Continue reading “Six Year Review of the Husker Offense”