Best Nebraska football performers on offense against Louisiana Tech
The Nebraska football team didn’t put together a fantastic game against LaTech. However, they did manage to score 28 points and had over 400 yards of total offense. So clearly, not everyone struggled. In fact, some guys had a bona fide great game.
Nebraska football fans have been waiting for Teddy P to get healthy finally. It’s games like the one he had against Louisana Tech that make mouths water for when he’s finally ready to play a full 60 minutes.
On Saturday, Prochazka played just 13 snaps but made the most of that playing time, grading out with the best score of any Nebraska football player with an overall score of 91.4. He was especially effective in blocking on run plays, scoring an 81.3 grade for the game.
Thomas Fidone II
The tight end has mostly been improving since a pretty bad season debut against Minnesota, and by PFF standards, he had his second-best game of the year, with his 74.5 grade only being bested by his 79.8 against Colorado.
He had only one reception against LaTech, but it went for 30 yards and a TD. He also scored good grades as a blocker. He scored 81.9 as a run blocker and 70.1 against the pass rush. Fidone is establishing himself as an offensive weapon in more ways than one.
Billy Kemp IV
The game against Louisiana Tech was the game Nebraska football fans have been waiting for Billy Kemp IV to have since he came over from Virginia. Kemp hauled in 5 passes for 62 yards.
More importantly, he bounced back nicely from his worst game of the year against Northern Illinois. Last week, he had three drops. This week he had none and showed off why he’s going to be an important target in the flat as the season goes on. The Huskers are going to need a receiver to step up and Kemp did so on Saturday.