Nebraska's defense has played well this season, for the most part. But Scott Frost needs much more from another program staple -- the Pipeline.
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Nebraska's O-line is off to a slow start through three games, arguably the team’s biggest concern. Just Martinez’s luck. But he stays confident.
"This year’s game has given us a chance to celebrate each other," says all-time Sooner great Joe Washington, summing up the weekend well.
If you're an NU fan, you surely hope to see Austin Allen and Travis Vokolek both ready to contribute Saturday, perhaps in double-TE sets, which could help the struggling run game.
Coaches all over America might do well to take note of how Scott Frost handled a question about his team's offensive pass-interference penalties.
Those Nebraska fans hoping a bell-cow running back emerges apparently will have to wait as a "committee approach" takes hold, for now.
Football came very naturally, says Doug DuBose, who is among those being inducted into the NU chapter of the College Football Hall of Fame.
“I don’t care if you’re a freaking eighth grader," says Husker OL coach Greg Austin. "You have to get your job done, all right?” It's been mixed results so far.
If backup QB Logan Smothers has the sort of college career he hopes, he won't always be smiling in front of TV cameras. But he was doing it Monday.
It seemed Nebraska coach Scott Frost was intent Saturday on backing Adrian Martinez publicly, a wise move, all things considered.