In his first fall camp as Nebraska's starting quarterback, the transition to Tanner Lee under center has been smooth. All across the offense, Lee has caused no problems for the Huskers through the first week of fall camp.
And although the Tulane transfer is more of a prototypical pocket pass than Husker nation is used to seeing with Tommy Armstrong Jr., offensive coordinator Danny Langsdorf says this year's offense won't look much different.
"I don't think it's going to be a huge deal," Langsdorf said after NU's practice on Thursday afternoon. "We've probably added some things we hadn't done maybe last year or the year before, but it's not going to be totally different."
And the Huskers on the receiving end of Lee's throws have also enjoyed working with the new signal caller so far through fall camp.
"[Lee's] just another weapon on the offense," Stanley Morgan Jr. said.
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