A deep dive on Nebraska’s production (and lack thereof) in two-minute situations under Scott Frost, with input from Matt Lubick and Mario Verduzco.
"We've got to win a road game," said Frost, who talked leadership and more as his team gears up for a trip to take on Minnesota.
By turning consistent flashes to consistency, the New York native shot all the way up the depth chart. Here's how he did it.
This notebook opens with a detailed chat with Matt Lubick on the offensive gameday operations, which he says have improved this season.
Levi Falck wasn't recruited by Minnesota out of high school or when he entered the transfer portal. As a result, "I don’t like Minnesota at all.”
As Scott Frost discussed his interactions with Trev Alberts, it was difficult to avoid recollections of previous head coach-A.D. relationships.
Scott Frost and a few Nebraska players talked about the importance of self-care during the season, especially during the current stretch.
Adrian Martinez clearly has the full support of his teammates and coaches: "I don’t think I’ve seen anyone deal with criticism the way he does."
"It's just tough," Scott Frost said of the Elkhorn South graduate's injury. "Teddy's just been improving by leaps and bounds since he got here."
Let's take a closer look at Huskers-Wolverines, starting off with how Nebraska's option scheme is opening the door for other opportunities.
A sellout crowd was ready to party late into the night. An entire fan base was ready. In the end, though, there was more heartache.
How many more times will Nebraska knock on the door before finally rising up and knocking it down? That's how Parker Gabriel kicks this one off.
Rahmir Johnson ran up the gut to little success during the first half. At halftime, "we made a few adjustments that helped," Scott Frost said.
A look at some talking points after the Huskers' game against Michigan on Saturday.
Nebraska and Michigan are about an hour from kickoff on an overcast evening at Memorial Stadium. Here are a few pregame observations.
One criticism of Frost’s program seems to be fading into the woodwork. But, an important measure of how far it's come looms Saturday.
Last season, Nebraska's longest passing play was 45 yards, and the "pass" traveled less than 1 yard. This year? It's a different story.
Time to level up. Parker Gabriel takes a closer look at how the Huskers and Wolverines line up: storylines, keys, meaningful stats, predictions.
JoJo Domann is playing great, giving away $1,000 in NIL money to charity every week and he's figured out, more and more, who he is as a person.
“He’s got excellent speed," Tom Osborne says of Adrian Martinez, who gets the seal of approval from a bona fide expert on the option scheme.
The Huskers could potentially get a rare seventh-year player back in 2022, plus other notes from Scott Frost's hourlong radio appearance.
Scott Frost said the run game is a "key" for Saturday's game: "They want to run it. We want to run it. They want to stop it. We want to stop it."
"Yards after contact is something we talk about all the time,” says Matt Lubick, and that's an ability Jaquez Yant flashed Saturday night.