I was listening to ESPN sports talk radio last night while I was driving, and boy is Broderick Thomas
He called in to the sports talk show and voiced his opinions on the state of affairs with the Nebraska Cornhuskers. He talked about how the upper management at Nebraska is terrible (he called Pederson
a demon) and how they are in the positions that they are in for only
personal gain. Thomas said that he was on the phone all day yesterday, calling all of his old Husker teammates trying to orchestrate a massive overhaul of the Nebraska football staff. He thinks that the Husker football situation will only get worse, unless Steve Pederson and most of the upper management/coaching is removed.
The sports talk guys also talked about how our Husker West Coast Offense
(Corncoast, if you will) is outdated and waaay to complicated for college kids to use. Ex-Quarterback Steve Young has been quoted to say that the West Coast Offense takes at least three years to learn, leaving college players only one "good" year to play after they have mastered it. Yep - that's why Keller has to run to the sidelines after every play so Callahan can give Sam the instructions for the next play call. Ridiculous!
I'm all for it -the Huskers
need to simplify their offense, it obviously is too complicated for them to run. I think some massive overhauling of Pederson and some of the coaching staff needs to be done as well - what they're doing now obviously isn't working. The Husker players aren't happy either - just listen to any of their press conferences.