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.

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.