Nebraska offensive coordinator Tim Beck isn’t talking much about his new schemes, but there doesn’t seem to be a reason to.
"You can't be afraid to start over and get a system in place, so the system is consistent throughout," Beck told the Lincoln Journal Star.
He stated that incoming freshman quarterback Jamal Turner has been working hard this offseason.
"He kind of has the 'it' factor," Beck told the Journal Star. "He's getting instant credibility because of the way he works."
A hot topic with several Nebraska fans is how this will the coaching changes affect the decision of dual-sport athlete Bubba Starling on whether to come to Nebraska or play professional baseball.
"When coach Pelini was here, he did talk about that a tiny bit. He said that instead of drop-back passes, they planned to do more rollouts. And that they were going to change things to make it more easy to understand the signals in the huddle and not make things so complicated,” said Starling.
“He talked about doing things that played to the quarterbacks' strengths, and that they planned to do a little more passing.”
Regardless of who is taking snaps under this potentially-refined offense, not only is he the most important piece of the puzzle, there also needs to be more than one quarterback capable of operating it efficiently.
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