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  1. BTN Bus Tour

    Point 1 - DiNardo said we can match up with any team in the West, including Wisconsin.
  2. Frost’s QB Room

    You don't need to speculate. Frost said himself that the they are pretty much tied and that they switch off days as far as who performs better. If it were today, they both deserve to start. I'm pretty sure that they hope someone separates himself this next week as far as out performing the other guy every day.
  3. Post-Practice Presser - August 17

    I hope they are "pushing" all of the QBs to improve on their weaknesses and their strengths. That would be coaching and development. I would hope they don't specifically pick one QB and only worry about him.
  4. BTN Bus Tour

    BTN.com and Charter channel guide has the first airing listed at 3:00 pm central on Sat. August 18, 2018.
  5. Fall Camp

    Well, since they didn't push to get Vedral qualified for this season, you have to think that the coaches are pretty content with what we can put on the field at QB. I would probably say that we actually have a 1a and 1b (and possibly a 1c).
  6. ***2019 Recruiting***

    At ILB? We have 1 3 year starter returning, 1 JUCO that transferred in for the spring, and 2 underclassmen that haven't seen much game action and they are all learning a new system and only have a spring (15 practices) head start. I don't know of many situations at other colleges that could be much better than that.
  7. WR Jameson Williams

    The Brown recruitment really stings. I think tOSU is starting him out as a DB. I think he could have shown out as WR in the new Nebraska offense.
  8. RB Maurice Washington [Nebraska-Signed LOI]

    There is a difference over signing by 3 spots on your available scholarship limit and taking a shot on an academic risk while having two other recruits at the position (JUCO Bell and Miles Jones) and undersigning by 3+ spots and having your only recruit for the position (CB Blades) be an academic risk. Watts wasn't as bad of a situation because they had D. Thomas and Daniels in the class, so they weren't putting all of their DT eggs in one academic risk basket.
  9. Verduzco Breaks Down Spring Game

    You can block or read any defender. Switching up the read man makes your offense less predictable. On that play, we have a man to block every player on the screen except that safety. So, you read him and run the play where he isn't.
  10. Verduzco Breaks Down Spring Game

    Because Dixon is between him and the safety and is badly beating his man. That is why Verduzco says "I see what he saw", but Dixon wasn't any part of his read.
  11. Verduzco Breaks Down Spring Game

    No to number 1. It is a read of the safety, not the OLB. They were not optioning any of the front 7 on that play. The read is that if the safety stays outside of the tackle, hand it off because we have numbers to the inside/right as there is a hat on a hat and an OLineman is releasing to block the middle LB. If the safety crashes in on the inside run, then the QB pulls it. Dixon caught Stoll off guard with a quick inside move. Dixon was playing super aggressive with the snap count and had two offsides penalties because of it.
  12. It is a quandary. So, should this action of an 18/19 year old define him for the rest of his life? I am not being facetious with this either. But, if you strip someone of their opportunities this early in their life, what is left?
  13. I have a feeling that the leash is short (as it should be) for anyone a part of the program. Team above all else. I think Coach Frost was at the front row to witness second chances, although it didn't work out for LP, but that is probably that there wasn't a TO in LP's life after he moved on from college.
  14. Verduzco Breaks Down Spring Game

    For comparison
  15. Verduzco Breaks Down Spring Game

    Look at the whole motion through the throw. Not similar at all. Weight distribution moving to front foot.