I hope all the talk and hype about Nebraska
returning to it's football roots isn't just fluff to keep the fans busy in the off season! I just read an article
about Carl Pelini and the restoration of of the "old school" values that Nebraska once had.
Nebraska football players used to intimidate (aka - scare the hell out of) opponents. They would be petrified of the scarlet and cream. This hasn't been happening in the past few seasons.
Pelini and the gang hope to push the team past their comfort zone, at every practice and every drill. They are expecting maximum effort 100% of the time. That is the only way they see it, and what a great way it is!
Spring practice begins tomorrow for the Blackshirts (and Redshirts) tomorrow, and you really can't judge too much until you see the players playing
on the field. I'm sure that not too many people would disagree with Pelini never asking more than 100%, but anybody else have any comments on this?