McKewon: No-huddle defense? Talk it up, let it fly
Baylor coach Art Briles checks on a play against West Virginia. Baylor — perhaps the no-huddliest of the no-huddle offenses — averages 70 points and nearly 800 yards per game.
Posted: Monday, October 7, 2013 12:00 am
LINCOLN — Bret Bielema's bemoaned it. Nick Saban's shaken his head and stirred up some passion about it.
Bo Pelini feels their pain well when it comes to fastest, trickiest, no-huddle offenses, even if he doesn't use quite the same baiting rhetoric that Bielema did this summer when the Wisconsin-turned-Arkansas coach pushed for rule changes out of concern for player safety. Pelini, in this case, is milder and more resigned.
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