As coaches, we all know there is only so many ways you can put 11 guys on the field at a time before you see something new. Everyone takes a little bit from everyone else, or as Nebraska offensive coordinator Tim Beck explains, it's "just a bunch of guys copying each other's stuff."
Beck admits that his offensive system has multiple influences stemming from his time as a high school coach to his Orange Bowl run with Kansas back a few years ago. The more he learns, the more he tweaks and adds to the playbook.
"It's just been kind of a mutt system over many years. Little things here or there."
Better transition here
After rolling up nearly 50 points and 630 yards of total offense against Southern Miss last week, Beck came into meetings on Monday and reminded the team to stay grounded despite what the may be being said about them in the media.
The coaching staff reminds the players constantly, be a thermostat, not a thermometer. The difference being that "you want to stay at the same temperature, no matter how good or bad you played."
Tie this in somewhere ^^^^
Beck says that last year, his first year as the Nebraska offensive coordinator, taught him to stick with his instincts.