Nebraska offensive coordinator Danny Langsdorf says the decision making of quarterback Tommy Armstrong is a focus as the Huskers prepare to face UCLA in the Foster Farms Bowl on December 26th.
Armstrong was intercepted four times in the Huskers’ 28-20 loss to Iowa and he finished the regular season with 16 interceptions.
“Taking care of the ball is vital at that position”, said Langsdorf. “Whether it is decision making or checking the ball down or throwing the ball away we talked a lot about not being able to live with the turnovers.”
Despite finishing second in the Big Ten in total offense the Huskers are 5-7 and turnovers have been a major factor. The Huskers are a minus-13 in turnover margin and that ranks 13th in the Big Ten.