Get ready to see some of the old school offense a little more frequently in Lincoln. Apparently some of the looks Nebraska threw at Ohio State on Saturday night will be a more consistent part of the offense moving forward.

Scott Frost’s offense took the field a few times during Saturday’s game against Ohio State and looked like it had traveled back in time. The Huskers lined up in the I-formation and incorporated some old school schemes into the playbook, trying to throw the Buckeyes off.

It’ll be more than just a one-time wrinkle, though. Frost wants to use that type of scheme more frequently this season.

During his weekly radio show, Frost said that Nebraska has the personnel to run that type of offense — at least on occasion. So, it wasn’t just practiced this week in an attempt to catch the Buckeyes off guard. Instead, it’ll be a weekly thing.

“We want this to be a part of what we’re doing going forward,” Frost said, according to Sam McKewon of the Omaha World-Herald. “We’ve got the personnel to do it and I think it’s going to be a good addition to our scheme.”

Whether or not those formations and the old-school play-calling will be a big part of the offense or just a complementary inclusion isn’t really known. But we’ll probably find out later in the year.

Nebraska is coming off a 48-7 loss to Ohio State and is 3-2 on the season. The Huskers have a huge game against Northwestern this weekend, a game that could go a long way in determining where the program stands through the first half of the season.

It’ll be a huge bounce-back opportunity for the Huskers.