The Nebraska football team hopes sure hands will help the offense get off to a better start in Saturday’s game against Southern Mississippi. About a half-dozen dropped passes were a factor in an overtime loss at Miami that saw the Huskers fall behind 17-0 at the outset.
Nebraska offensive coordinator Danny Langsdorf says there is no magic formula to get it fixed.
“If we had the formula for that one we would be pretty wise”, said Langsdorf. It is just a matter of concentrating and watching the ball in and making sure it is an accurate throw.”
Husker junior receiver Brandon Reilly says they need to maintain the momentum they gained in the fourth quarter at Miami.
“I don’t know what it is but we were talking afterwards and that fourth quarter was the most fun football we’ve ever played”, said Reilly. “I don’t know what is with the slow start but hopefully we can get the changed around on Saturday.”