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Northern Illinois Practice (9/11/19) Offensive Coaches & Players

Goal-line

Travel Squad
5 Year Member
bingo. spin it anyway you like. coach hits nail on head
No spin involved. When my wife recognizes the problem, any coach should be able to see what is going on. I am sick os seeing the o-line do the teddy bear dance while the opposing defense runs past them to stop the run.
 

inthedeed

Red Shirt
5 Year Member
No spin involved. When my wife recognizes the problem, any coach should be able to see what is going on. I am sick os seeing the o-line do the teddy bear dance while the opposing defense runs past them to stop the run.
my 92y/o mother in law who cant see out one eye agrees. so glad this coaching staff recognizes the elephant and appear to be committed to fixing them as best they can
 

Goal-line

Travel Squad
5 Year Member
my 92y/o mother in law who cant see out one eye agrees. so glad this coaching staff recognizes the elephant and appear to be committed to fixing them as best they can
Sometimes it takes a boot in the arse to make things happen. If the players arn't getting point, try someone else until they get the job done.
 

Huskerhunter

Red Shirt
5 Year Member
Sometimes it takes a boot in the arse to make things happen. If the players arn't getting point, try someone else until they get the job done.
Man we've been saying this same thing for a lot of years. Our track record of O line development continues to be abysmal, although it is early in the season with young guys....I suppose...
 

Goal-line

Travel Squad
5 Year Member
Man we've been saying this same thing for a lot of years. Our track record of O line development continues to be abysmal, although it is early in the season with young guys....I suppose...
Yes, this is, in my opinion, the main reason NU has been at the bottom of the heap for the last 20 years.
 

Boji Husker

Scout Team
Man we've been saying this same thing for a lot of years. Our track record of O line development continues to be abysmal, although it is early in the season with young guys....I suppose...
Yes, this is, in my opinion, the main reason NU has been at the bottom of the heap for the last 20 years.
OL development has been disappointing for quite a while. Last year there was the excuse of lack of S&C, but now they have had two full years of it, and certainly aren't undersized anymore. Just hope they can stay healthy and start to gel together.
 

Goal-line

Travel Squad
5 Year Member
OL development has been disappointing for quite a while. Last year there was the excuse of lack of S&C, but now they have had two full years of it, and certainly aren't undersized anymore. Just hope they can stay healthy and start to gel together.
I often go back and watch the Huskers in the 1990 era. I am blown away at the dominance of the line play. They were incredible.
 

AzHusker

All Big 10
10 Year Member
I often go back and watch the Huskers in the 1990 era. I am blown away at the dominance of the line play. They were incredible.
They were, and we've been spoiled. Not many teams have made offensive linemen the priority that it was at Nebraska in those years. Wisconsin has decent tradition of creating o-linemen, but not always other positions.
 
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