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Did conservative second half play calling hurt the Huskers?

Did conservative second half play calling hurt the Huskers?

Yes, it was key

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No, they had to

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Yes, it was key

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William Anderson
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William Anderson

Everyone knows when in Boulder in the 4th quarter offensive possession is vital. Most all team's defenses wear down there if the offense can not run some clock. Our D wore out - plain and simple.

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Mike Hunter
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Mike Hunter

Entire team looked flat in the 4th quarter.

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John Freeman
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John Freeman

CU made adjustments - went to a 3 man front and widened the ILBs to counter our success on the edge. We did not. No interior run game with 1 less man.. No vertical game. Our O ran our D in the ground.

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Jeremy Woitaszewski
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Jeremy Woitaszewski

Because we were running it when it clearly wasn’t working

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Rich Leffler
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Rich Leffler

Some of the play calling was very questionable inn the second half of the game. Why did they not use their big tight ends more? I mean Austin Allen is 6 '8" tall so why isn't here using his available

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Rich Leffler
Rich Leffler

Weapons he has? It all seems a little vanilla and limited!

Darrell Moore
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Darrell Moore

Frost was calling the plays like he was trying not to lose rather than playing to win. Colorado Coach took Frost to school.

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Paul Popp
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Paul Popp

Second half adjustments by Colorado confused the entire team and coaching staff. Felt like they went conservative just to hold on and escape.

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Ron Joseph
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Ron Joseph

Seems like we went into a shell - esp after Washington's long run off of the sideline flair pass. The next time we had the ball we did the exact play only to the other side. could've been a pick 6

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No, they had to

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wayiam Starr
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wayiam Starr

We needed to run the ball we didnt we did the wore out prem pass that they new wss Coming completely predictable

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Mick Hanson
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Mick Hanson

Not, "they had to". Just if they couldn't execute the plays called, why could they execute the other ones? The offense got over confident and let it slide, with an eye on the score board.

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Which is a more likely win for the Huskers in 2023?
Husker Max Asked by Husker Max
8 months left

Which is a more likely win for the Huskers in 2023?

Minnesota on the road

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Purdue at home

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Minnesota on the road

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jerry reinhardt
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jerry reinhardt

The way I see it, the little weasel will be running scared, not knowing what him!

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Purdue at home

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Mark Brigham
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Mark Brigham

It's at home and I think we will be understanding our new system and coaches by then.

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Walt Hansmann (CPTD, DTM)
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Walt Hansmann (CPTD, DTM)

Purdue is deeper into the first season of a new staff. And it is at home where the crowd is more of a factor.

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Ron Joseph
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Ron Joseph

Later in the season. The mini game is #1 and we'll have some kinks to work out. BUT I think we win both. With good coaching we'll finally put Mini in our rear view mirror.

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Kevin Bolin
Kevin Bolin

not likely

Yes

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Ken E
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Ken E

speed speed speed

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Bruce Neel
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Bruce Neel

Good job. A lot of good players and a lot from Nebraska

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Dick Plock
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Dick Plock

We are moving the roster and trying to get better! Thanks for hiring Coach Rhule, Trev!!!

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Chuck Bolder
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Chuck Bolder

Think they did very well considering the time they had to get er done!

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Kevin Hilyard
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Kevin Hilyard

I thought we did really well with the defensive and offensive line, plus the most in-state recruits since 98!

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Scott Thomsen
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Scott Thomsen

In short order, Coach Rhule and staff put together a top 30 class. That's a great result for the short time they had to work with. My only pain point was losing Earnest Hausman to Michigan through the transfer portal.

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Thomas Wright
Thomas Wright

Ernnie's lose ! Besides, Rhule is replacing him with some 4 & even 5 star recruits out of Florida. Ernest WHO ? GBR !!!

No

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