Clayton State coach Andrew Hancock has identified a few players who could be starting this weekend for the Cornhuskers, including running back Kevin Knox, wide receiver Corey Brown and wide receiver Brandon Miller.
Hancock said he will work with the players on how they fit in with his system.
“We’ll have to see how they get out of this one, but if we can get them in there and work with them, we’re going to have a lot of success,” Hancock said.
“We’ve got to find a way to get them out there, but we’ve got some guys that are in there that are ready to come out and play.”
They’re just getting to know the offense.
They’re not necessarily playing like freshmen, they’re not playing like sophomores.
They’ve got a little bit of experience in the system and they’re getting better.
“The Cornhusker offense, which is led by quarterback Tanner Lee, will feature three receivers and a running back.
It’s a similar system to the one that produced a top-10 national ranking last season.
On offense, the Corns have six offensive linemen, two running backs and a quarterback.
The defense will feature six linebackers and three safeties.
The Corns’ schedule will feature seven games against conference opponents, including home games against Kansas and Texas Tech, and away games against Florida, LSU and Texas A&M.
It will be a road game, so we’re definitely going to be playing the SEC,” Hancock added. “
We’re not going to play an SEC team.
It will be a road game, so we’re definitely going to be playing the SEC,” Hancock added.
“Our goal is to play the SEC.
We’ll probably go up against a number of teams from the SEC, but the first game of the season is a big game, and we’re trying to take care of that.”
If we’re in the conference championship game, we’ll probably play a number in the top 10.
We’ve got eight games against teams from that conference.
The other three games are against teams that aren’t necessarily the conference champion.
So, we’ve been preparing for the SEC a lot.
“There’s a lot that’s going to happen, but there’s nothing I’m looking forward to more than playing a Big 12 school.”