Greg Austin
Hot Reads: Run-Game Role Allows Austin to Put Philosophy on Display
17 days ago by Brandon Vogel
As Nebraska's new run-game coordinator, the Huskers' ground attack is Greg Austin's "baby" now.
Scoring the Huskers: Offensive Line
2 mo ago by Derek Peterson
Over the course of the next couple of weeks, we’re going to score Nebraska’s position groups on a 10-point scale based on where things stand right now. Next up? The offensive line.
Nebraska's Greg Austin Has a New Job, Too; Don't Forget About Him
2 mo ago by Derek Peterson
Nebraska announced a handful of coaching changes, raises and promotions last week. The one that's not getting enough attention might be Greg Austin adding run-game coordinator duties.
Steady Progress, More Comfort Lead to Breakout Performance for Mills
4 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
With Wan'Dale Robinson in street clothes, Dedrick Mills had a breakout performance against one of the best run defenses in the Big Ten in Wisconsin last Saturday. Running backs coach Ryan Held said the focus now is making sure it wasn't a one-hit-wonder.
Nebraska's Offensive Line has a Lot of Questions and Few Solutions
5 mo ago by Derek Peterson
Nebraska has an offensive line problem. That's apparent. Solutions for the struggling unit, though, aren't as easily identifiable.
Martinez a Game Time Decision, Wan'Dale Hopeful and Other Practice Notes
5 mo ago by Derek Peterson
Nebraska returned to the practice field Wednesday in preparation for Indiana. Here's a handful of news and notes from the media session with the Huskers' offensive staff.
It Starts in the Trenches as Nebraska Prepares for Ohio State
6 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Fresh off keeping one of the top pass-rushers in the Big Ten largely in check, Nebraska will face an even more difficult challenge when Chase Young and the Ohio State Buckeyes come to town.
On the Huskers' Search for Offensive Comfort
6 mo ago by Derek Peterson
Nebraska’s first four plays of the Northern Illinois game are, in a number of ways, pretty symbolic of the season as a whole so far. Derek Peterson dives into those first four plays.
Nebraska Needs More from its Wide Receivers, Pickering and More
6 mo ago by Derek Peterson
The Huskers haven't been getting enough from their receivers, which offensive coordinator Troy Walters addressed on Wednesday.
Nebraska's Coaches, Boulder Memories and When Oranges Fly
6 mo ago by Erin Sorensen
Nebraska's coaches are familiar with Colorado and Folsom Field. Some played there. Others coached there. A couple did both. And with it comes plenty of memories.
More Reps Key in Keeping Things 'Blue' for Nebraska's Offensive Line
6 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Cameron Jurgens had a rough debut as Nebraska's starting center against South Alabama, but Jurgens and offensive line coach Greg Austin believe the key to improvement is simply more reps.
'Hell of a Job' in Practice Earns Hixson Starting Role and Scholarship
7 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Nebraska has a long history of walk-ons working their way up the depth chart and earning scholarships, and redshirt sophomore Trent Hixson is the latest example.
The Things that Make Nebraska's Cameron Jurgens Special
7 mo ago by Derek Peterson
What makes Cameron Jurgens a "game-changer" for Nebraska's offense? Let his position coach and the guy who lines up next to Jurgens explain.
Nebraska Has a Death Lineup for the Football Field
7 mo ago by Derek Peterson
There's a reason Scott Frost has recruited so many multi-dimensional talents in his first two years at Nebraska. It creates a hellish situation for any opposing defensive coordinator.
Leadership and Maturity Bring Additional Trust to Offensive Line
7 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
In just a year's time, the count of "trustable bodies" in offensive line coach Greg Austin's room has doubled, which is a testament to the leadership of the veterans and the maturity of the newcomers.
Battle Between the Lines Has Been Fierce for Nebraska This Spring
11 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Everything starts in the trenches in football, and the battle between the lines in practice has been fierce all spring long from what the coaches have said.
No Positions Are 'Solid' in the Spring, But Huskers' O-Line Is Progressing
11 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Greg Austin said no one in his room is "solid" until the real football begins in the fall, but this spring has gone a long ways towards building up depth and solidifying roles for the Huskers in year two under Scott Frost.
Cam Jurgens' Athleticism Hasn't Gone Anywhere
12 mo ago by Derek Peterson
To play center in this offense you've got to be able to move. To play it in the Big Ten you've also got to be able to take on 300-pound tackles. Enter Cam Jurgens.
No Hangover for the Huskers, Practice Resumes at Championship Standard
1 yr ago by Derek Peterson
Nebraska football went back to work on Monday and the coaches came away happy with the attention to detail coming off a week-long break.
Position Changes Key for Nebraska's Offensive Line in 2019
1 yr ago by Jacob Padilla
A couple of players who have changed positions are making strong cases for themselves on the offensive line this spring.
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