Where is Adrian Martinez going this year when Nebraska gets to the red zone?

-CBS Sports’ Tom Fornelli pointed out yesterday in a column about Nebraska that the offense averaged 30.0 ppg last year (58th in the country), but the real problem was their red zone efficiency, converting only 61.36 percent of possessions into TDs (7th in B1G/67th in nation)

-Here’s the problem: Stanley Morgan is gone. As Sip pointed out yesterday when he took Minnesota’s Tyler Johnson as the guy he wants more on offense in the conference than anyone else, Nebraska doesn’t have a big-bodied WR to rely on. Can the offense be creative enough to get looks for Wan’Dale/J.D. in the red zone for TDs? Or are the TEs going to be essential this year?