Husker Doc Talk
Husker Doc Talk
Nov 29, 2020
2020 Episode 15: The Art of The Audible
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Clap-gate dominated the postgame conversation of Nebraska's 26-20 loss at Iowa.  Scott Frost accused Iowa of "clapping" on its sideline to distract center, Cam Jurgens. 

On this edition of the Husker Doc Talk Podcast presented by the Rimington Trophy, Dr. Rob tells us why he doesn't like the "clap" as a way to call for a snap and takes us through the art of audible at the line of scrimmage. 

Also, Dr. Rob talks a lot about the offensive line again this week, here's a shock, Matt Farniok is still a disappointment. What about the Quarterbacks?  Can Nebraska continue to platoon the most important position on the field?  It's up for discussion.  

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Getting to know four-star safety signee Kaine Williams
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