The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 04, 1989, Page 8, Image 8

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Lincoln, Nebraska 68508
Freshman backs up.Nebraska starter
By Sara Bander
Staff Reporter
After a redstart year to get used to
playing defense again, freshman
David White has moved up the depth
chart to split time with Nebraska’s
starting outside linebackers.
Tony Samuel, Nebraska’s outside
linebackers coach, said White has
become his “swing man,’’ replacing
either of the two starters, Mike Croel
or Jeff Mills.
“David plays as much as the start
ers,” Samuel said. “He is usually in by the first quarter.”
White said that after playing tight
end his last two years in high school,
he had lost some of the instincts a
defensive player needs.
"The redstart year was the best
thing I ever did,” he said. “1 played
on the scout team and ran against the
No. 1 offense. It built up my confi
dence again.”
Samuel said White is a tough
player who works hard and learns his
assignments quickly.
White said partof the credit for his
quick ascent up the depth chart is
nom his being in the right place at the
right time. He said the graduation of
Broderick Thomas and Jon Marco
gave younger players a chance to
move up.
'■ White also said his ability to leam
Nebraska’s system made it possible
for coaches to give him playing time.
“Coach Samuel put me in because
I learned the system,” he said. “I’ve
heard the outside linebacker position
is the hardest to leam.
“It wasn’t easy, and I’m still
White said he still makes mental
mistakes, but he knows what he has
done wrong: *
“The coach will ask me ‘What
should you have done?’ and 1 can tell
him,” White said. “It’s just a mental
lapse sometimes.”
White said he wants to concen
trate on improving his speed and ,
learning his assignments better.
“If you know your assignments to
a ‘t\ there is no reason to hesitate oi.
the field,” he said.
Having the right attitude is also ’
important to success on the football «;
field, White said. He said keeping
team goals in mind and not worrying
too much about individual goals
helps a player improve.
‘‘No matter how many times my
picture is in the paper, or my name is ,
in the paper, I'm still going to be the ;
same person,” he said. “I’m not a
boaster or a bragger. I just want to
contribute to the team.”
FERNY from Page 7
toned up to US pounds. In this
plan, there’! mo therapy, no special
diets and, best of all, no compli
cated treatments.
There is just one thing - hot
To begin this plan, simply make
a trip to your nearest grocery store
and purchase as many cheap packs
of hot dogs as you possibly can.
- Cheap hot do^s are better than the
more expensive variety because
they don’t have any taste - and
remember, you’re going to be eat
ing‘as many as lOpot dogs a day
for weeks on end so you don't want
to consume anything that has fla
On your way to the check stand,
4 pick up as many cheap loaves of
mead as you need. Bread is better
thkn hot dog buns because it’s
cheaper, and also because it seems
like you’re eating less when vou
wrap your hoi dog in a singfe piece
of bread as opposed to an entire
strange remarks. After all. you
i should only have five to lOoncks
of 75-cent hot dogs (the 49-cent
variety makes me Ml) and three or
four loaves of bread.
If you feel embarrassed by all of
this, make up an excuse. The easi
est one i«, right when you feel
someone's eyes glaring at you or
sense that someone’s mouth is
about to spit outs sarcastic remark,
to tell them you’re going to have
a cookouL
Or, if you’re like me. tell them
the truth and sgy you don’t know
how to-cook anything else. Tell
thi;m that when you were growing
. up, your mom never explained to
‘ you that you were supposed to
drain the water out of the macaroni
and cheese before you stir in the
milk (no wonder it tasted so bad)
and that you could never figure out
why your hamburgers were so raw
in the middle until someone told
you that it helps if you turn the
flame down.
Once you get through all the
excuses and finally make it home,
your new diet should begin. Throw
to live on I tot dogs for the course of
the entire diet When you run out
simply repeat the above process all
over again.
Psychological boundaries are
an important part of this diet so
you are allowed to reward yourself
once a week with fast food. Per
sonal favorites are tacos (no more
than four), hamburgers (a maxi
mum of two) and Mountain Dew
(an unlimited supply).
And, if you really want to be
different try a plan that is person
ally endorsed - eat raw hot dogs
one week and cooked ones the
next This not only makes it seem
like you're eating something dif
ferent but it often changes the
color as well.
If Perry followed this plan, in- I
stant weight loss would be guaran- i
teed. He'd shed those triplex jer
seys like he sheds offensive line
men against the run, and his pass j
defense would improve.
And most of all, he wouldn’t be
the fat-faced blob he is now.
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