LINCOLN, Neb. — One game of passing, one game of running. Which Nebraska offense will show up Saturday against Oregon?
Offensive coordinator Danny Langsdorf says it will be a little of both.
“We’re just going to keep going with what’s working,” Langsdorf said after practice on Wednesday.
Langsdorf didn’t want to give away the offensive game plan, obviously, but did say whatever is working against Oregon will be where Nebraska stays, whether it is quarterback Tommy Armstrong’s arm or the wheels of sophomore Devine Ozigbo and senior Terrell Newby.
Some other notes from a relatively quiet practice:
- Senior WR Alonzo Moore participated in a few drills during Wednesday’s practice, Langsdorf said, but he has not been fully cleared. Senior WR Brandon Reilly did not practice.
- Langsdorf said he and the offense have been looking at film of Oregon’s defense and also Michigan’s defense from 2011 to 2014, when now-defensive coordinator Brady Hoke was the head coach at Michigan.
- The biggest thing that stands out from Oregon’s defense is the speed, Langsdorf said.
- Langsdorf said that Armstrong just needs to stick to his game and he should be fine. The outside noise or pressures are something he should just push to the side during this big week. “I think, for him, you just have to play your game,” Langsdorf said.