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Monday Morning Quarterback: Where are you looking for the most offensive improvement for the Huskers vs. Colorado – running or passing?

9/2/19 | SquareOffs
Yes, the Huskers did not dominate as was expected against South Alabama. Still, they found a way to win, thanks to the defense getting turnovers and scores. Going into this weekend's game it is clear that Coach Frost and the team have work ahead of them compete in the Big Ten this year. The Husker offense struggled all game, going…

Monday Morning Quarterback: Huskers vs. South Alabama – Do the Huskers gain over 500 yards and hold the Jaguars to less than 250?

8/26/19 | SquareOffs
The Huskers are a heavy favorite in their first game of the season against South Alabama with a 36 point spread and most action having them covering the spread. Scott Frost's spread offense proved in the second half of last season that they can put a lot of points on the board. Another year of team experience running the motion-heavy…

Monday Morning Quarterback: Who’s the greatest Husker football walk-on of all time – I.M. Hipp or Jared Tomich?

8/19/19 | SquareOffs
Luke Reimer making power moves at ILB makes us think back to the storied Cornhusker walk-on tradition. Coach Tom Osborne said that with Nebraska's state population disadvantage compared to the Florida and Sunbelt schools, "If we didn't have walk-ons willing to come here, I think it wouldn't be long before we very quickly became a second-rate program." With Coach Scott…

Monday Morning Quarterback: Does the Scott Frost training video tweet disrespect Navy SEALs?

6/24/19 | SquareOffs
There is an internet kerfuffle brewing about a training video that Scott Frost tweeted last week. The video shows Nebraska football players going though military-type workouts on the beach and in the water, with voiceover about not cutting corners. Evidently, the video (link below) in part was the idea of Damian Jackson, Husker walk on and former Navy SEAL. pic.twitter.com/2BR8slArsW…

Monday Morning Quarterback – Who’s the #1 Husker volleyball coach – Terry Pettit or John Cook?

6/10/19 | SquareOffs
Cornhusker women's volleyball has one of the most illustrious histories in all of college sports with more wins than any other program and five NCAA national championships. Two superb coaches have been responsible for building and maintaining a national powerhouse volleyball program - Terry Pettit, coach from 1977-1999, and John Cook, who took over from Pettit 2000 to the present…

Monday Morning Quarterback: 4th Quarter, down by 4, 3rd and 5 – which #30 are you gonna call?

5/27/19 | SquareOffs
The Huskers' all-time leading rusher, Mike Rozier, won the Heisman Trophy in 1983 with an incredible senior season of 2,148 yards rushing and 29 touchdowns, after a consensus All-American junior season. He averaged a mind-boggling 7.8 yards per carry during that 1983 season Ahman Green is in second place of all-time Husker leading rushers, even though he passed up his…