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1. the nebraska football philosophy
We will play very physical football on both sides of the ball.
2. the nebraska football philosophy
By playing sound special teams can shorten the field for our offensive football team.
1. Husker football recruiting news gets even better
LINCOLN -- Just two days after reality slammed into Nebraska by delivering the first November morning in 36 years without a football game still to be played, the ultimate paradox unveiled itself Monday.
2. Husker football recruiting news gets even better
NU ascended to the No. 1 position, according to rivals.com, in the national ranking of recruiting classes
3. Husker football recruiting news gets even better
It hardly seems possible following a 5-6 season that dragged the Huskers to their lowest level since 1968.
*Our offense will not be complicated. We will come at you with power, force you to make quick defensive decisions with our option, misdirect you with our counter game and pop one by you with our traps.
Once we have established this running game, we will take advantage of your loading the line of scrimmage to stop our run game and play action pass you to a wide open receiver.
*We will play exceptional defense that forces a lot of three and outs as well as creates turnovers.
By playing great defense we can also control the field position.
But this much is clear now: The NU program has pinned its future to an unfinished class of recruits filled with players Nebraskans seem to know well but have never seen play
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