Scott Frost monitoring the intensity level of Nebraska's offensive line
Scott Frost looks to improve the offensive line’s play tremendously for the 2022 season. In an effort to develop the offensive line better, Frost and his coaching staff are monitoring the main input of the productivity of the offensive linemen that measure attributes, including effort.
According to Frost, that effort is among the best he’s seen, even doubling the amount of effort that has been measured over the last couple of years of fall camp. Hopefully, that effort pays off when the regular season rolls around.
Frost on OL in training camp: "The guys wear monitors that track overall output and 100 other statistics, and they're more than doubling, in a lot of cases, the amount of effort that they put out the last couple years in practice." #huskers
— Sam McKewon (@swmckewonOWH) August 13, 2022
Last season, the offensive line of Nebraska played inconsistent performances as they gave up 29 sacks, ninth most in the B1G. Last season, the offense was ranked 70th in the nation in points per game (27.9).
Nebraska has to replace four of their starting offensive linemen from last season, including the three interior offensive linemen. One of the returning starters in Nouredin Nouili is suspended for the 2022 season after a failed drug test.
In addition to measuring the work of the offensive line, Frost has been pleased with the fall camp work of the special teams unit. He highlighted the punters and kickers Saturday and believes that group is in a good position moving forward.