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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - Eric Otte
Eric Otte was killing time shelling corn in the back of his red pickup during a break from work on a warm afternoon this week when a buddy who owns the car repair shop across the street came over to chat.
Otte said his only knock against Pelini is that he doesn't sign a lot of homegrown high school players, the heart-and-soul kind who were the backbone of Osborne's teams.
"This is my year where I'm deciding if I like where it's going because this is all of Bo's picks, all his recruiting," said Otte, a 24-year-old crop insurance adjuster. "This is the year where it will be figured out."