"The deal" as it has been called by some had raised some eyebrows from a few. How could Nebraska put…
The future closer for Beck
Does familiarity breed fondness? Does seeing a team once, twice and more make one more eager to get in there themselves and see what they can do? For one of the top quarterbacks in the country and a commit to the Huskers since June, Harrison Beck watches Nebraska play and thinks of what it will be like when he's taking his shot at leading the Huskers down the field. "You watch it and think of what you could do." Beck said after seeing Joe Dailey throw the ball for a school record 55 times against Colorado. "You watch the offense and because it's a lot like what I ran, it's easy to put yourself in the quarterback's shoes." While it may be easy to put himself in the shoes of Joe Dailey as far as imagining what he could do in this new offense of Bill Callahan's, it's not quite as easy to relate. You see, Joe managed to do something this year that Beck hasn't done in his entire prep-career. Dailey's 19 interceptions on the season makes him one of the most prolific...
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