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Game Time, TV Info, Must Reads and More for Rutgers-Nebraska

September 20, 2017
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Last week Nebraska took a shocking loss at home to Northern Illinois 21-17 but we are on to Rutgers. The mood around the program has been uncertain to put it nicely but there is still a game to get ready for in Week 4.

First, your TV information for Nebraska vs Rutgers:

Where: Memorial Stadium, Lincoln Neb.
When: Saturday, September 16, at 2:30p.m. CT 
Watch: BTN
Listen: Husker Sports Network or Sirius Channel 135, XM 195

Nebraska has struggled out of the gates in 2017 but this week’s game will have a lot of fans clamoring for a blowout win. This week will show if the issues that have presented themselves early are anomalies or real problems for the season.

We break it down in this week's episode of Hail Varsity's No Huddle.

Special Thanks to presenting sponsor Downtwon Lincoln Association

Fun Facts

>>Rutgers has lost 14 straight Big Ten games.

>>Stanley Morgan Jr. has 18 receptions, the most in school history through three games.

>>It’s homecoming week and Nebraska has won its last 8 homecoming games.

>>Rutgers snapped an 11 game losing streak last week against Morgan State, winning 65-0.

What They’re Saying

Mike Riley on mental toughness:

“The bottom line and summary is everybody has to be really, really tough, mentally tough, physically tough. Our adults have to be the teachers, and they have to be at their best right now and arming our players with a way to get better. The big battle, as everybody knows, is getting the mind in the right place.

Defensive Coordinator Bob Diaco on a Jerry Kill-led offense:

“He’s a tough guy. He’s a brilliant football coach and his record speaks for himself. His reputation proceeds him and his offenses are hard-nosed and disciplined. They block and finish plays and runs. That’s all the things you see with Rutgers’ offense.”

Mike Cavanaugh on offensive line communication:

“But the first thing I talked about was communication. That’s huge. We have to echo calls. It’s all the way down the line. It’s just not one call. What’s the call? It’s got to be echoed. So we’ve got to do a way better job at that.”

Random Links

Must watch: Take a peek inside Memorial Stadium live you’ve never seen before.

Must read: It might be painful but taking a look at this week’s Tale of the Tape is a must.

Must see: Huskers 4-star tight end commit Cameron Jurgens‍ rides in style to school for Homecoming week.

 
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