Moments after Isaac Armstrong’s 48-yard field goal attempt missed wide right, just before he got to the locker room, Washington punched the air and screamed over the Colorado fans dancing on the field behind him.
“We played three quarters of football, and unfortunately we didn’t play four quarters, so that’s what stuck out to me,” running back Dedrick Mills said.
Erik Chinander made it clear on Tuesday that his Nebraska defense gave up far too much in the fourth quarter against Colorado.
The Husker defense is looking ahead to this Saturday’s matchup with Northern Illinois. Nebraska Defensive Coordinator Erik Chinander spoke with the media, after the Tuesday morning practice.
Of the Huskers’ 15 penalties for 129 yards through two games — NU ranks in the mid-90s nationally in both categories — 10 flags (65 yards) have counted against the offense. The defense has been hit with just three (44 yards), with a sideline infraction and special teams accounting for the rest.
Tuioti is NU’s first-year defensive line coach. Ross Bowers is a graduate transfer who won the top QB spot at NIU in fall camp. Both were part of the same Cal program in 2017 and 2018, with the assistant coach frequently working opposite the passer in practice.
The sophomore quarterback, coming off a rocky season opener against South Alabama, made quick decisions, had good protection, ran authoritatively and shredded the Buffaloes’ defense as Nebraska built a 17-0 lead.
The Huskers are set to rekindle their rivalry with Colorado today, and The World-Herald’s team of reporters and photographers is in Boulder to provide full coverage throughout the day.
Colorado hadn’t touched Nebraska quarterback Adrian Martinez, whose jersey was clean and whose passing was perfect, and the Buffaloes had managed just 84 yards of offense and none on the ground.
It’s difficult to put into words the meaning of Colorado’s comeback victory over Nebraska. This is a signature win for CU’s past and present as they beat a historic rival through the culture of toughness and accountability instilled by Mel Tucker.
As part of ESPN’s year-long initiative marking the 150-year anniversary of college football, we set out to rank the 150 greatest college football single-season teams of all time.
Watching your favorite team lose can be tough to handle, almost as much as watching them win can give you great excitement and joy. Losing is part of sports, though, and you’ll see your team lose plenty of games. Learning how to handle the losses is an important part of being a fan.
The first time a client came into my office, explaining that he was feeling depressed after his favorite hockey team lost the championship game, I thought he was exaggerating—that, or just being sarcastic. But he was serious.
There are lots of books available to help you cope with grieving, but none of those books cover the experience of watching your favorite team lose. This type of loss typically takes days to get over, and the degree of sorrow differs depending on your enthusiasm for the disappointing team. Some losses hurt more than others.
*Article about Nebraska fans being sad after losing to Texas in 2010. We need a state wide therapist for being fans of our football team.
Sadness and yearning for a loved one, an object, or a way of life you have lost are the most common and expected feelings that occur after any loss.
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