10 Year Member
It seems to be a valid criticism.
Even at NG, when you're the starter, playing less than a third of the total snaps you could possibly play for the year is an issue.
In 2020, when he was in he made a difference so hopefully he's able to build on that success and have a better 2021 season.
There are promising signs to be sure. Though, in the spring, there are a lot of promising signs.Staff writer Derek Peterson spotlights two Huskers who coaches and teammates are speaking highly of so far in camp: running back Ronald Thompkins and nose tackle Damion Daniels.www.google.com
Yep. All one has to do is watch last year's games.Oops
I love Nebraska Football too, been a fan since I was a kid in the late 80's/early 90's...Pal I love Nebraska football, you don't get my shtick in here do you? Fan since 1962
Yep. All one has to do is watch last year's games.
What baffles me most is the comment how the staff was really focused on his conditioning "THIS YEAR," when the problem has existed since he arrived on campus. Kind of perplexing to be honest.
Maybe the lightbulb finally went off in his head and he's simply bearing down and working harder. I hope it was simply a case of immaturity.
Good to see him motivated and attempting to lead by example.