Can you rely on the explosive play on offense to consistently win in the Big 10?

-When Scott Frost came to Nebraska, he brought a high-scoring offense from UCF that was known for quick drives that had explosive plays—whether a long run or long pass—that helped get them on the board quickly and often

-Nebraska certainly has had many big plays under Frost at Nebraska, but it’s not an offense that generally takes a lot of time off the clock. The B1G in general isn’t an ‘explosive’ offense league outside of Ohio State and sometimes Penn State. And when Jonathan Taylor got loose for Wisconsin. Can Frost’s ideal offensive plan win consistently in the league or not?

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