Huskers offense evolving post-Tommy Armstrong Jr.

Nebraska's Tanner Lee rolls out of the pocket during the spring game. (NTV News)

Coming this fall, a new quarterback will take the reins of the Nebraska offense. Regardless if you're in the Tanner Lee or Patrick O'Brien camp, Husker fans can expect to see a new offensive philosophy when the season rolls around.

Nebraska losing the dual threat Tommy Armstrong Jr. who started 45 games for the Huskers over 4 years. Lee and O'Brien are more one dimensional known more for staying in the pocket and beating you with their arms, which could put more of an emphasis on a balanced offensive approach.

Lee and O'Brien combined for 324 yards passing on Saturday to go along with 4 touchdowns.

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