Nebraska offensive coordinator Shawn Watson was interviewed recently by the Omaha World Herald's Tom Shatel and some interesting nuggets came out. The big one being that Watson and head coach Bo Pelini spent two days with athletic director Tom Osborne and former offensive line coach Milt Tenopir to understand what they did and how they practiced and to get a feel for the development of what they did. If that sounds a bit vague (except for the practice part), understand that that's how Watson described it to Shatel.

The practice reps, situational reps, and the organization were among what they were hoping to download. Presumably to see how they were able to develop not only the starters but the reserves and with a big playbook but managed it with how they practiced. If Watson and Pelini...

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