Nebraska’s first year offensive coordinator Tim Beck is pushing tempo in their no huddle offense. Tempo, in terms of fast, faster and crazy fast.
On the field, the tempo seems to be working as Nebraska’s offense is 7th in the nation in rushing offense. Here’s something that caught our eye, Nebraska is currently averaging right at 150 yards of rushing in the 2nd half of it’s games.
We hear this week’s opponent, Michigan State, is borrowing a strategy from Les in trying to prepare for Nebraska’s no huddle attack. Michigan State is having two scout teams alternate snaps against the Spartan defense, simulating the speed that the offense reloads for the next snap. Hey, it worked for LSU against Oregon…
The Huskers will take on Michigan State Saturday at 12 eastern on ESPN.