Asked by Husker Max 12/12/2016 1574 Votes Can Nebraska win the Big Ten West? 56% Yes WINNER 5 44% No 4 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Copy Link 56% Yes Add Comment Comment Share with friends They have a 46% chance according to simulations, so yes I believe. http://hailvarsity.com/news/70000-simulations-cant-be-wrong-right/2016/06/ They have a 46% chance according to simulations, so yes I believe. http://hailvarsity.com/news/70000-simulations-cant-be-wrong-right/2016/06/ Show Less 5 Comments 2 Valerie Gilmore what happened last year had some disappointments along the way, those disappoints will all but be a faded memory with the West division title in 2016....... Reply Reply 1 Danny Baker I believe that the Huskers have the right tools in place to win the west division. They should have last year, but had some close calls. They will be more committed this year and also will have experience on their side. Reply Reply 0 Gene Baker I believe that they have superior talent than most of the Big 10 west, and are equal with the best. Where Nebraska stands out is with the coaching staff. Mike Reilly and his staff make Nebraska the best in the Big 10 west! Reply Reply 0 Ryan Bordenkircher Cuz all the talent we have Reply Reply 0 William Snesrud Because of some unbelievable bad luck and working on getting the team to 'buy in' to the Riley system, last season was a thud..... They are buying in, know what is wanted and to do - yes, a Big 10 West Championship and possible more..... Reply Reply 0 Mike Brown the steady improvement from 2015 will continue into this season. TA is a seasoned QB who now has a good backup which will let him use his legs more. Reply Reply 44% No Add Comment Comment Share with friends No, I'm not buying into this Photo credit: Hail Varsity No, I'm not buying into this Photo credit: Hail Varsity Show Less 4 Comments 0 Isaiah Skrdla Couldn't even beat Purdue last year. Same coach and less experience in the trenches where it matters most. Probably gonna be another rough one. Maybe in 2017. Reply Reply 0 James Traut A rough schedule... I think NU is tied with NW and Wisconsin for 2nd behind Iowa. Reply Reply 0 Kevin Gress Can they? Yes. Will they? I doubt it this year. Riley's going to continue to try to make Tommy Armstrong a dropback QB and NU a pass-first team. Maybe next year with a QB more to Riley's liking. Reply Reply 0 Kent A. Lang No depth or experience in the DL. Reply Reply Stephen Johnson The problem lies more with the head coach. He does not know how to win a championship. Never did win one at Oregon State. Whats different now????????