Replacements put on good show as Huskers snare Jackrabbits
Tommy Armstrong’s sharp performance was no surprise to NU offensive coordinator Tim Beck. “He’s just a gamer,” Beck said. “He thrives in situations like this. He played extremely well — as did Ronnie.”
Posted: Saturday, September 21, 2013 12:00 am
LINCOLN — Having finished his press conference after a rough week in his professional career and the “worst performance” of the year from a defense he oversees, Nebraska coach Bo Pelini lingered near a black punching bag that hung from the ceiling of NU's weight room.
He put both hands to his waist and watched quarterback Tommy Armstrong offer his opening comments after his first career start and the Huskers' tension-breaking 59-20 win over South Dakota State.
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Saturday, September 21, 2013 12:00 am.