Poll: Lost offensive production 2014

Nebraska loses 35 percent of its scoring from 2013, who might step up to fill the void?

LINCOLN, Neb. - The Nebraska Cornhuskers accumulated 5,361 yards in 2013, scoring 31.9 points per game.

With a key departure at wide receiver, the loss of Taylor Martinez, and a few other minor offensive contributors, who will step up and pick up some of the lost offensive load?

Nebraska is losing nearly 22 percent of their total offense, while 35 percent of their scoring disappears between Quincy Enunwa's high touchdown rate and kicker Pat Smith's graduation.

The numbers:

Nebraska Cornhuskers Lost 2013 Offensive Production -
RushingATTYDSAVGLONG20+TDYDS/GFUM
Taylor Martinez402022.935N/A029.2N/A
King Frazier 12443.711N/A13.7N/A
ReceivingRECYDSAVGTDLONGDROPSYDS/GYAC
Quincy Enunwa5175314.81299N/A57.9N/A
Jake Long812115.1026N/A12.1N/A
Tyler Wullenwaber24723.5024N/A11.8N/A
Field GoalsExtra Points
KickingFGMFGAPCTLONGXPMXPAPCTPTS
Pat Smith121392.34643459672

Most of the offense that needs to be replaced comes at wide receiver, where players like sophomore Jordan Westerkamp, senior Jamal Turner, junior Sam Burtch, and sophomore Brandon Reilly could see an offensive spike from last season.

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