Good Thursday morning to you!
The thought of Jon Vedral or such was there, but the number 9 in Nebraska Football lore sticks to Steve Taylor now.
Here are your news items of the day:
Nebraska's new offense won't put brakes on quarterback runs | College Football
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Quarterback runs were supposed to be de-emphasized in Nebraska's new offense.
Sometimes it's evident how lazy an author can be, and this fall, one of the main things that has shown that is how, even though HC MR has stated he wants to add zone read and such to his wheelhouse. The whole "play to your strengths" thing, time and time.
7 coaches explain what goes into game week | College Football 2015 Season Preview
This is a well done piece in what coaches around America put into the week's preparation for their next opponent.
Former Osborne/Solich assistant George Darlington unleashes on recruiting star rankings & player development
A podcast from the Gaskins and Stephens show on Lincoln's 93.7 the Ticket
How former Ohio State Buckeyes star Maurice Clarett became a star on the speaking circuit
Once one of college football's tragic figures, Maurice Clarett is now in demand at the country's biggest programs, inspired by his own lack of identity (and also by Warren Buffett).
Mo does have a pretty interesting story, especially for young men who were the best at their HS and find themselves buried or not getting all the attention during college.
Russell Wilson: The Chosen One | Rolling Stone
Russell Wilson, the Seattle Seahawks' field general, has been groomed since birth to be one thing: the perfect NFL quarterback
Some kinda odd stuff in there, especially the water that "cured his concussion".
@BuckeyeEmpire @Robert_White14 Adidas has infected the B1G as well pic.twitter.com/qgwffh8AHV— Hardy Wallbanger (@HardyWallbanger) August 26, 2015
SEE THAT? THAT DIDN'T HAVE TO HAPPEN.
Proudly presenting the 2015 CFB head shot of the year: Nebraska DE Ross Dzuris pic.twitter.com/ilgKzwBWk3— Paul Myerberg (@PaulMyerberg) August 27, 2015
Your song of the day:
Nine days. #GBR #Huskers pic.twitter.com/zEuE8Xol53— Nebraska Huskers (@Huskers) August 27, 2015