Going in to the 2008 season, most fans were optimistic about the possibility of a revived Nebraska run game. Talk of more offensive balance, depth along the offensive line and a crowded and talented backfield had visions of 300+ yards rushing per game dancing through our heads. Through two games, that has been anything but the case. Like most problems, it is not just one thing causing the issues for NU's rushing attack. Rather it is a confluence of things. The good news is that they are all correctable. Here's one humble blogger’s opinion on how that can be done.
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