Nebraska's offense sounds pretty confident in its ability to score tons of points this upcoming season. To be more precise, tight end Jack Stoll is setting lofty expectations for his team.
Stoll is entering his junior season with the Cornhuskers. Last year, he totaled 21 receptions for 245 yards and three touchdowns.
The Cornhuskers could use a big year from Stoll, who has developed a solid connection with dual-threat quarterback Adrian Martinez.
With Nebraska's season opener almost a week away, Stoll believes the offense can score 50 points each game. It'd be quite the jump from the team's average last year of 30 points per game.
Nonetheless, Stoll isn't shying away from talking about how prolific the Cornhuskers can be.
From the Omaha World-Herald:
“We’re confident as an offense we’re gonna go out there and ball out,” Stoll said. “Whatever everyone else is saying, that’s fine; we know we’re walking around with confidence and swagger like we’re gonna go out there and put out 50, 60 points every single game, and I know that’s something we are definitely capable of doing.”
Scott Frost has shown that his offensive scheme can thrive both at Nebraska and UCF.
It'll be extremely difficult for the Cornhuskers to come close to the scoring totals that Stoll is aiming for, but many analysts are confident in the team's outlook this fall.
We'll get our first look at Nebraska's offense next Saturday when it hosts South Alabama.