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    Thumbs up Tommy Armstrong Comments On NSD

    This young man has never waivered....even when Texas and Baylor made late runs....next to Michael Rose the most solid Husker....

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    Feb 1st til I'm an official husker!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Reign View Post
    This young man has never waivered....even when Texas and Baylor made late runs....next to Michael Rose the most solid Husker....



    http://twitter.com/#!/Tommyjr10

    What I like about his tweet is his implied confidence. He certainly must be aware of Devin Fuller, but Tommie has put it out there - "Bring it on!!!"

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    Tommy...not Tommie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HuskerNCorpus View Post
    Tommy...not Tommie.
    I have seen that a lot too. Must have Frazier on the brain around here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by N2FL View Post
    I have seen that a lot too. Must have Frazier on the brain around here.
    LOL, yep.

    Tommy has me more excited than any QB commit since Freeman. Of course, that one didn't turn out to well for Husker fans, but Tommy is something special.

    I'm very surprised that he was only given 3 STARS by Rivals, even after leading his team to the state championship game (playing against the best competition in the country).

    He's the type of QB I like to see NU land...pass first, run second.
    N Riley I trust

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    Quote Originally Posted by HuskerNCorpus View Post
    LOL, yep.

    Tommy has me more excited than any QB commit since Freeman. Of course, that one didn't turn out to well for Husker fans, but Tommy is something special.

    I'm very surprised that he was only given 3 STARS by Rivals, even after leading his team to the state championship game (playing against the best competition in the country).

    He's the type of QB I like to see NU land...pass first, run second.
    Would like to see a package that gets Armstrong, Turner, and Fuller on the field at the same time. No huddle with each alternating taking snaps. It would just be fun to see.
    We’re not going to be a dropback passing team, or pro-style, like we were at Oregon St. because of our skill set here. You don’t coach plays, you coach players. - NU HC Mike Riley


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    Quote Originally Posted by HuskerRedDread View Post
    Would like to see a package that gets Armstrong, Turner, and Fuller on the field at the same time. No huddle with each alternating taking snaps. It would just be fun to see.
    Hope they all got some blocking skills!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Redrobin View Post
    Hope they all got some blocking skills!
    Well, we found out Turner isn't that strong in that department. At 180 lbs soak and wet, I wouldn't expect him to be a consistent impact blocker.
    We’re not going to be a dropback passing team, or pro-style, like we were at Oregon St. because of our skill set here. You don’t coach plays, you coach players. - NU HC Mike Riley








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