A Nebraska offense with renewed confidence prepares for this Saturday’s game at home against Northwestern. After struggling in the first two Big Ten games the passing attack was effective in a 48-25 win at Minnesota.
Junior quarterback Tommy Armstrong connected on 18 of 26 passes for 261 yards and three touchdowns.
“We did some good things and I think when you have a game like that you can build on it and keep going”, said Nebraska offensive coordinator Danny Langsdorf. “Anytime you can complete some balls like we did and move the ball well then everybody should be more confident going into this one.”
The offense also showed great balance against Minnesota as the Huskers ran the ball 39 times for 203 yards.