Nebraska punter, former FCS All-American, says he's 'way more consistent' in Husker camp
Nebraska hopes to see special teams improvement in 2022 with a new-look unit. Transfer punter Brian Buschini seems to be benefitting from a change. He says he’s having the best camp of his career in Lincoln.
#Huskers punter Brian Buschini says he’s having the best fall camp of his career, with a big improvement in consistency of his punts coming from a change in visualization.
— Luke Mullin (@LjsLuke) August 16, 2022
Buschini detailed that it comes down to consistency.
“I’ve been way more consistent this fall,” Buschini told reporters, per Michael Bruntz of 247Sports. “This summer I got some really good work in with my coaches down in Birmingham and I’ve just been super blessed to have them in my life and I’m focusing on a new part of the ball has really helped me to be more consistent in my punt and my drop. I’m super excited to see what I can do this fall.”
Punters are people, too, but punting talk doesn’t excite a fanbase. Still, Buschini’s declaration is noteworthy. In 2021, he helped Montana lead the nation in net punting average, earning recognition as an FCS First-Team All-American and the FCS Punter of the Year.
When Nebraska has to punt, Buschini should help flip the field.