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Osborne said he plans on selecting
one starter for quarterback, rather than
alternating them for different game
situations. But, he said, the decision
is going to be difficult.
“The problem is that we’ve got a
lot (of offense) in, and we’re trying to
work against the defenses of our first
four opponents, so we’re seeing a real
smorgasbord out there.
“Starting Monday, we can’t keep
looking at four or five guys all the
time. We have to start making some
Derek Brown was the leading rusher
in the scrimmage, gaining 39 yards
on eight carries. I-backs Calvin Jones
and Scott Baldwin added 27 and 21
yards, respectively.
Corey Dixon, a sophomore split
end, caught two passes for 55 yards.
Byron Bennett 20-yard field goal
Mitchell 44-yard pass from Joseph (Bennett
Mark Dowse 3-yard pass from Haase
(Bennett kick)
Tyrone Byrd 42-yard interception return
(Tom Sieler kick)
Bennett 32-yard field goal
C. Jones 1-yard run (Sieler kick blocked)
Against the scout team:
Joseph 4-yard run (No PAT)
Hughes 22-yard pass from Joseph
C. Jones 5-yard run
D. Brown 1-yard run
Baldwin 70-yard run
Baldwin 62-yard run
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josepn strives
for first-game
By Chuck Green
Senior Editor
Mickey Joseph sat in the shade
under Memorial Stadium’s south
stands, sweat trickling down his checks
and nose.
“It’s hot out
there today,” the I
Joseph had
just passed for 66
yards and a
against the first
and second-team Joseph
defenses during
Nebraska’s final scrimmage of two
a-days, and had racked up 70 more
yards and another touchdown against
the Husker scout team, which was
running the defenses of Nebraska’s
non-conference opponents.
But he wasn’t happy with what he
had done on the field. Not entirely,
“I can do a lot better,” Joseph said.
“When I play, I just try to do my job
and not think about how I’m perform
ing out there on the field. But now,
looking back, I fell like we moved the
ball, but not consistently, like we’re
capable of doing. We need to start
doing that.”
Joseph led the first-team offense
to scores on its first two possessions.
After a 20-yard field goal by Byron
Bennett, Joseph hit tight end Johnny
Mitchell on a 44-yard touchdown pass
on the first play of his second posses
sion against the second-team defense.
Joseph was even tougher on the
scout team. He connected with wing
back Tyrone Hughes for a 22-yard
score against the scouts, and turned
upfield for a 29-yard run, followed by
a 4-yard burst around the left end for
a touchdown.
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sive line for his success.
“Those guys are really in good
shape,” he said. “They looked good
Overall, Joseph said, the offense
performed better than in Tuesday’s
scrimmage, which was plagued by
turnovers and mistakes.
One reason for the mistakes, he
said, is the anticipation of the first
game, Sept. 7 against Utah State.
“We’re all ready to play,” Joseph
said. “Just two more weeks, two more
weeks and we get an opponent. It’s
rough playing our defense all the time.”
But for now, Joseph said, there
still is work to be done, and improve
ments to be made.
“We’re just trying to do what’s
best to win games, he said. “We
have experience on this team, but it’s
not so much experience that will help
us. It’s doing the things it takes to