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    ISU Preview from Lincoln Journal Star

    Here is a link to the Lincoln Journal Star preview of the clones. I tend to agree with most everything. They have some good quotes from Mark Farley and how they gameplanned....

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    Re: ISU Preview from Lincoln Journal Star

    I thought it was a good review as well. I hope that they were correct about the defence getting better with every game. We need to get pressure on Zac Taylor or we are going to have a long night and put even more pressure on Meyer to put the team on his back.


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    Re: ISU Preview from Lincoln Journal Star

    Here is another tip on how to play the Huskers. Look who is the runningh back. If it is Cody Glenn they want to run it up inside. Kenny Wilson runs off tackle. Marlon Lucky likes to bounce to the outside. Brandon Jackson is the most complete back who can catch passes. In other words, they have certain running packages that they feel work better with certain backs. Strange but can be a leading indicator. If you see Purify in the lineup expect them to throw it outside. Nate Swift for the short ones across the middle. Terrance Nunn for the deep ones down the side. So I hoped our staff looked carefully at the film as tendencies are found big time from the first five games. Now you just need to be able to stop them if you know what is coming.


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