Nebraska Cornhuskers defensive coordinator Mark Banker had some interesting comments ahead of the team’s Big Ten matchup with the Indiana Hoosiers this weekend.
According to Banker, Indiana is known for doing “whatever it can” which includes stealing opponent’s defensive signals.
“If they don’t get them during the game, they get them during the snap, and then actually call the play at the line of scrimmage,” Banker said, via Rosenthal of Huskers.com. “That’s not anything different or new. That’s just something they really hone in on.
“Coaching is a very tight fraternity, word gets around.”
The No. 10 Cornhuskers have a clear advantage when it comes to talent in this matchup, so they will just need to hope their opponents don’t use any shenanigans in an attempt to get ahead.
Kickoff between Nebraska and Indiana is set for 3:30 p.m. ET on ABC and ESPN 2.
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