With so many changes in the program during the offseason, and so much pressure on Scott Frost's program, Nebraska really could use stability at the quarterback position. That said, it could help Casey Thompson if he feels heat from another QB on the team.
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More than anything, Saturday was a day for observations. So, without further ado, here’s a whole batch from Parker Gabriel.
We've heard about Casey Thompson's leadership, and the way he is connecting with teammates. Saturday, the public will get a first look at the on-field portion of his acclimation.
The Mark Whipple/Scott Frost "marriage" of offensive minds will be a point of intrigue this fall. On Saturday, we get a glimpse.
On Wednesday, the focus was on the Huskers' offense. Here are the updates, including injuries, rising contributors and getting "chippy."
In research of potential landing spots, transfer QB Casey Thompson said, "I was looking for a great offense and a good offensive line." That answer might surprise Nebraska fans who watched the unit struggle last season.
Nebraska may have kept its terminology mostly the same, but listen carefully to Mark Whipple and the Husker QBs, and it's clear there's work still to be done.
When did third-year sophomore quarterback Logan Smothers ultimately decide to return to Nebraska? His answer this week was revealing: He never considered leaving at all, he said.
Casey Thompson spent three seasons as a backup at Texas, which he thinks about every day, he said. "I'm getting to go out here now at practice and take the first-team reps," he said. First-team reps? Duly noted.
Scott Frost was in the middle of an answer about his quarterbacks when he pivoted to another notable position group on offense.