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  Frost was asked a key question as it pertains to the QB discussion. It's a question definitely on the minds of Husker fans: Will Frost consider playing McCaffrey at positions other than QB? The 6-foot-2, 205-pound McCaffrey saw time at receiver last season. "He's a quarterback and I want to make that clear," Frost said. "Right now, our offense moves exceptionally well when he's at quarterback. He finds a way to make a lot of plays work. He's throwing the ball really well, and I don't think anybody has any questions about his athletic ability or his speed." If McCaffrey really is "throwing the ball really well," well, that seems especially intriguing since his perceived strength is as a runner. His speed jumps off the page. Bottom line, you can't have a player of his caliber standing on the sidelines all season. "If he's one of the best players to have on the field and he's not playing quarterback, we'll certainly look for opportunities to make sure our best players are out there," Frost said. - Lincoln Journal Star

(DS#16 QB) rFr/2024 QB Luke McCaffreyNebraska
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