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Greatest Husker QB touchdown run - Frazier or Crouch?

Greatest Husker QB touchdown run - Frazier or Crouch?

Tommie Frazier

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Eric Crouch

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Tommie Frazier

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Tom Skow
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Tom Skow

There is another one that should be considered... the Taylor Martinez run against Wisky!

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Thomas Wright
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Thomas Wright

He was the greatest of all time . PERUOD !

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Thomas Wright
Thomas Wright

PERIOD ! Excuse me ...

s. banzhaf
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s. banzhaf

Eric Crouch's two td's his senior year were incredible, but Frazier, well, he's magic!

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Rick Chambers
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Rick Chambers

He always will be ahead of Crouch in all stats, but he was and will always be one of the best q-backs at nebraska.

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jerry williams
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jerry williams

I don't think there should be need to choose between two great runs. Both fantastic. But breaking that many tackles against what was supposedly the no.2 team...darn good.

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Ron Joseph
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Ron Joseph

Tommie's more powerful & reflective of the team as a whole. Eric's more athletic & speed. Tommie's was the stamp of greatness on the program, Eric's one of the last hurrah's unfortunately Both great

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Tim Maxwell
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Tim Maxwell

Both GREAT runs, but Frazier's showed the dominance of Nebraska in the National Championship game against the #2 team in the country. 9 players touched him and he would not be denied.

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Brad Prall
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Brad Prall

9 Florida players touched him. Nuff Said

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Matt Seiler
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Matt Seiler

Crouch's run is better than 99% of plays in the history of college football but Frazier's play is one of the most amazing plays there has ever been. The Gators had a great team but they looked silly.

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Sean Fluharty
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Sean Fluharty

Both were incredible runs but I'm going with Frazier since his was in the NCG against a much better opponent.

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Harold Kayser
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Harold Kayser

National Championship game against the #2 Florida Gators.

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Eric Crouch

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Shelly Sundell
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Shelly Sundell

Fraziers run was great for the moment. It was obvious that Florida knew they couldn't match up with us. They looked lackluster and defenseless. Crouches run is one of the best I've ever seen.

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Rick Shaneyfelt
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Rick Shaneyfelt

It's obvious that Florida was trying to strip the ball, not tackle Tommie. Eric's run was at a crucial point in the game and the moves he made to juke practically the entire defense was amazing!

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Eric Farris
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Eric Farris

As many are saying, I don't want to pick and I also would put TMart's run against Wiscy. I am voting for Eric to try to weaken the divide between the two.

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RJ Heinen
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RJ Heinen

I would have taken taylor martinez run against wisconsin.

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Chris Murphy
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Chris Murphy

Frazier's run was great, but as he himself said, Florida wasn't trying to tackle him, they were trying to hold him up to strip the ball

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Tony Showen
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Tony Showen

Crouch...this wasn't even a designed run.

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What will Nebraska's run-pass balance be like in the opener against Northwestern?
Husker Max Asked by Husker Max
10 days left

What will Nebraska's run-pass balance be like in the opener against Northwestern?

More runs than passes.

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More passes than runs.

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More runs than passes.

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Wade Williams
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Wade Williams

First game is always vanilla on offense. They will try to establish the run with basic run formations.

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Robert Lloyd
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Robert Lloyd

Slightly more runs than passes... if we are smart. Or it's going to be a long year.

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Nat Warren
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Nat Warren

Oline should dominate a transfer portal depleted Northwestern front and get the practice running the ball that is needed to win in the BIG.

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Man who stares at Q-functions
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Man who stares at Q-functions

They will play to win. The way to win is to grind Northwestern down.

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Dalynn Parks
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Dalynn Parks

I feel we should get a somewhat comfortable lead and start grinding out 1st downs via the run game. But if Oline under-performs and forgets to show up? All bets are off.

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Mick Hanson
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Mick Hanson

Show off our running back talent, as they won't stop us by the end of the game.

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More passes than runs.

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Doug Einsel
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Doug Einsel

It will likely be balanced, but slightly more runs. Whipple likes running.

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Jory Knowlton
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Jory Knowlton

Whips will probably stick to a 54/46 ratio. I know they will be seeking as much balance as possible. An early lead would help balance things back to near 50/50. Early on as they go on attack, I think it may start out close to 60/40.

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Randy Weitzenkamp
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Randy Weitzenkamp

It'll be pretty close to a 50/50 split, but I'll give the slight edge to the run game. From what I've read our run blocking is better than our pass blocking right now. Much like the TO days I can envision a run heavy 1st & 2nd down to avoid 3rd and longs.

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Jim Firnhaber
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Jim Firnhaber

There will be swing passes and screens that will act as substitutes for runs, loosen up the D and spread the defense.

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How many regular-season games will Scott Frost's Huskers win in 2022?
Husker Max Asked by Husker Max
9 days left

How many regular-season games will Scott Frost's Huskers win in 2022?

Seven or more

3

Six or fewer

3

Seven or more

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Andy Fields
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Andy Fields

Our schedule is in our favor.

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Randy Weitzenkamp
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Randy Weitzenkamp

I struggled with this decision. We have talent, but that hasn't been our problem recently. Execution, special teams and the O-line have been our Achille's heal (in that order). If we can improve in 2 of these areas, it should be enough to get us 7 wins.

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Al Wenburg
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Al Wenburg

I think our offense will score a lot more points than last year and the defense will shut more teams down on 3rd downs.

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Six or fewer

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Mike Petersen
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Mike Petersen

I think we may have to win one of the last four tough games to be bowl eligible.

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Rolland Holliday
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Rolland Holliday

Tough teams on the schedule, and Scott has not proven his coaching abilities as of yet.

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