Game adjustments can make the difference in winning and losing a college football game.
On the second drive of the football game, the offense seemed to settle down and open up the running lanes with play-action passing.
Although the team was not rewarded with points, the aggressive play-calling is working early. Since then, the offense has failed to score.
On defense, Penn State had to adjust on the fly to Nebraska's play-calling. Nebraska has used the pass often in the first half.
His game adjustments will truly be challenged at halftime when he will be able to employ bigger changes to adjust to Nebraska’s game play.
There is still another half of football to be played, but right now Bradley has this team playing very physical football. They are attacking Nebraska on both sides of the ball and are determined to win this game.
The penalty near the end of the first half was the first big error by Penn State. The score may not be in favor of Penn State, but there is plenty of game left to be played.
At the half, Bradley gets high grades on his performance, but he will be ultimately judged by the outcome of this game.
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