November 9th: Has Nebraska proven in Mike Riley’s tenure that a non-duel threat QB can’t win in the B1G?

-Ohio State has always been able to pass, but they live off mobile QBs who are dual-threat, and also a good running game….same with Penn State and Wisconsin, for the most part

-Tanner Lee is a fine QB, but it just seems evident that a dual-threat QB is so important in finding the best true offense possible, right? So is the lack of success that Nebraska has had offensively the end of ‘statue/pro-style QBs’ in the league? Michigan State has survived with this style…but why?