Crick May Be the Key for Husker Defense To Take Next Step

Posted by Greg Buschow on August-25-2009 Add Comments

In a recent conversation, a good friend of mine made the statement that Jared Crick may be the difference in the Nebraska Huskers having a good defense or a great defense.

I thought that sounded a little strange given the fact that we were talking about a defense that has Ndamukong Suh, the preseason defensive player of the year.

After all, Suh is a dominating force who led the team last year with 76 tackles, 19 for loss, and seven and a half sacks despite being double and triple teamed on virtually every play.  He's a 300 pounder with speed to make tackles from sideline to sideline, but I digress.

How could Crick, a 6'6", 285-pound red-shirt sophomore from Cozad, Nebraska, hold the keys to the Hus...

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