Day: September 19, 2016

Husker Football is Back! (That Should Be Music To Your Ears)

The Huskers’ latest upset victory over Oregon on Saturday is just the latest notch in quickly improving belt. Dominating wins over lesser teams (Fresno State and Wyoming) and upsetting established and respected programs aren’t signs of mediocre teams or fluke teams (See: Iowa). That’s what REAL teams do. Tommy Armstrong Jr is actually taking care of business, not just relying entirely on the run game. Sure, his completion percentage isn’t fantastic at 42-77, 54.5% but he is a legit dual threat QB in a conference where those types of athletes can shred defenses, big time. I mean, just LOOK...

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Husker Football is Back! (That Should Be Music To Your Ears)

The Huskers’ latest upset victory over Oregon on Saturday is just the latest notch in quickly improving belt. Dominating wins over lesser teams (Fresno State and Wyoming) and upsetting established and respected programs aren’t signs of mediocre teams or fluke teams (See: Iowa). That’s what REAL teams do. Tommy Armstrong Jr is actually taking care of business, not just relying entirely on the run game. Sure, his completion percentage isn’t fantastic at 42-77, 54.5% but he is a legit dual threat QB in a conference where those types of athletes can shred defenses, big time. I mean, just LOOK...

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Irish Takeaways from ND-MSU

Two things are guaranteed when it comes to the annual showdown between long-time rivals Notre Dame and Michigan State: the contest is always one of the most significant early-season match-ups in college football, and the game is never short on entertainment value. Last night’s game between the Irish and the Spartans fit the bill once again, as a 36-7 MSU blowout quickly turned into a near-historic comeback in the fourth quarter. With Notre Dame’s playoff hopes for this 2016 season finally put to rest, yesterday’s loss confirmed several beliefs Irish fans have developed in this chapter of the Brian...

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Irish Takeaways from ND-MSU

Two things are guaranteed when it comes to the annual showdown between long-time rivals Notre Dame and Michigan State: the contest is always one of the most significant early-season match-ups in college football, and the game is never short on entertainment value. Last night’s game between the Irish and the Spartans fit the bill once again, as a 36-7 MSU blowout quickly turned into a near-historic comeback in the fourth quarter. With Notre Dame’s playoff hopes for this 2016 season finally put to rest, yesterday’s loss confirmed several beliefs Irish fans have developed in this chapter of the Brian...

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