Thanks to Kent Pavelka for the name for the former Power formation. The Huskers have used this for power plays and wishbone-like plays since the mid-eighties.

It was replaced as the Huskers' Power set by the Maryland I in 1997. The wingback would slide in short motion through the backs in the I, to shift the stong side of the set. The WB could also go in regular motion to either side.

The first play of the Colorado game in 1995 is the only time I've ever seen the Huskers use the "Wide OzBone" variation where the tight ends are replaced by split ends. The Buffaloes still weren't sure where to line up as Ahman Green streaked down the sideline to make it 6-0 Huskers. Guess Samoan War Drums can only do so much.