Nebraska had a disappointing 2015 season, but after an impressive victory over UCLA in the Foster Farms Bowl, there is hope in Lincoln. Thursday, the program gave fans an interesting inside look at how the team's offense is progressing this spring.
In the below clip, head coach Mike Riley makes it clear that everyone - including the players and the members of his staff - is more comfortable with the team's scheme in year two of his tenure. He talks about "continuity" being a great thing for the development of football players.
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Nebraska actually finished 34th overall in total offense in the FBS in 2015. It's the defensive side of the ball that the team must improve upon in 2016 if it wants to take the next step.