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to Turman and Frost, both Osborne and
offensive line coach Milt Tenopir said
Taylor would be fine at center.
“It’s going to take a little time to
get ironed out,” Osborne said. “Aaron’s
built well to be a center, so I think he’ll
work out well.”
Tenopir said the idea to move Tay
lor to center as Graham’s backup oc
curred to him during fall practice last
season. But since Graham was able to
complete his senior season injury-free,
Taylor was never used at center.
Shortly after the Huskers’ 62-24
Fiesta Bowl win over Florida, however,
Tenopir decided moving Taylor to cen
ter was the best decision for the offen
sive line.
“He was a logical move there sim
ply because of his savvy,” Tenopir said.
“He picks up things very well and is a
smart guy. He's very quick and he can
move, but he’s just a good player.”
Taylor said he finally agreed to
make the move after he realized it
would be good for both him and the
Last season Taylor led the Huskers
in pancake blocks, averaging 11.64 per
game while the Husker offensive line
paved the way for a nation-best 399.8
rushing yards per game.
“Nebraska does have a great tradi
tion at center,” Taylor said. “It’s just a
situation where I felt I could help my
self and^my team. If I go out and play
as good as I can, there won’t be any
•The pre-spring depth chart lists
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per game, scored only 12. In the
quarterfinal win over the Bulldogs,
All-WAC guard Kendric Brooks
scored nine points, 10 fewer than his
19.7 average coming into the game.
Now the Huskers have to contain
Tulane’s All-Conference USA forward
Honeycutt. Honeycutt averages 18.1
points per game and is averaging 21.7
points, nine rebounds and five assists
per game in the NIT.
Taking care of the basketball,
Coach Danny Nee said, and contain
ing Honeycutt would be keys to win
ning the game.
“At this time of the season we just
have to be fundamentally sound and
take care of the ball,” Nee said. “The
last time we faced a pressing team, we
had 30 turnovers, and if we have 30
turnovers, it’s not going to be much
of a game.”
Nee was referring to Nebraska’s
game against Texas. In the Jan. 3 con
test against the Longhorns, the Husk
ers committed a season-high 30 turn
overs, but still managed an 85-69 win.
Playing at Madison Square Garden
may force Nebraska into some turn
overs. In the Garden, the Huskers are
1-3, its lone win a 76-67 overtime de
cision over Arkansas State in the 1987
NIT consolation game.
The Huskers are 0-2 in semifinal
games, losing to Southern Mississippi
in 1987 andDePaul in 1983. Marshall
handed Nebraska its other loss in
Since making the NIT, four seniors
have been the catalyst toward putting
Nebraska in the semifinals.
Together, Tom Wald, Terrance
Badgett, Erick Strickland and Boone
have averaged 52.3 points per game
in the NIT. Wald (11) and Badgett
(11.3) are averaging double figures
coming off the bench. Junior Bernard
Gamer has helped out the seniors, av
eraging 10.7 points per game.
“The seniors are playing great and
have done an unbelievable job,” Nee
said. “They have taken it to another
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