More honors for the Blackshirts

The award and honors keep coming for senior defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh and his Nebraska defensive teammates. On Wednesday, Suh was named one of eight semifinalists for the 2009 Lott Trophy, named after Hall of Famer Ronnie Lott. Senior safety Matt O’Hanlon won Bronko Nagurski National Player-of-the-Week honors for his three interceptions.
Suh was honored after the Missouri game and Brandon Crick after the Baylor. First time since the award was handed out since 2001 where the same school had three winners in the same season. You’ll hear more on the story of O’Hanlon, who has made quite a climb in the ranks of college football.
Plus, on today’s feature, I’m sure there are a lot of fans who like me are not a big fan of the two quarterback system. Its clear the passing game is struggling. Cody Green played the first quarter, then Zac Lee came on in the 2nd quarter against OU. The struggles were there before they went with two QBs. Right now offensive coordinator Shawn Watson would like to go to a one QB system.
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