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Do the Huskers average over 500 yards total offense this year?

Do the Huskers average over 500 yards total offense this year?

Time to show and prove

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Too much to ask

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Time to show and prove

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Richard Stotts
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Richard Stotts

I dont think its a must too average over 500yd /gm. Losing 4 games by 17 points isnt too far from being 9-3.

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Too much to ask

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Gregg Smith
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Gregg Smith

No, not a chance. But if they are able to manage it from time-to-time, this plodding defense will give up 700.

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Tony Bunting
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Tony Bunting

I'll happily be proven wrong, but that's a lot of yards for one game, let alone averaging it over a season in the Big Ten.

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Eric Johnson
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Eric Johnson

With the defenses we're about to face? Not a chance.

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Robert Lloyd
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Robert Lloyd

Without a solid and outstanding running game, I just don't see it. Ohio St and Wisconsin can do it because they look like the Huskers of old. We haven't learned from our own past teams.

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Matt Seiler
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Matt Seiler

Too many unknowns. I think 400 is doable but we don't know yet if we Manning is healthy or if we have other solid options outside of Robinson. Also will 2AM be effective and is there a good #2 RB?

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Jim Traut
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Jim Traut

Ohio State’s defense will hold NU considerably short of 500 yards— a rough start of the season that will linger longer than one game psychologically.

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Are you in favor of college football's 85-scholarship limit?

Are you in favor of college football's 85-scholarship limit?

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No

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Yes

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Chris Monaco
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Chris Monaco

the big programs will thrive while the rest survive, with no limit its all about Money then

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Steve Walker
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Steve Walker

If open, rich schools like Ohio State and Texas would have 300 players on their rooster, which would impact the recruit pool. Of course those who don't play would end up in transfer portal. The scholarship limits helps all schools access to good players. Even with NIL, the scholarship limit helps

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Steve Walker
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Steve Walker

If open, rich schools like Ohio State and Texas would have 300 players on their rooster, which would impact the recruit pool. Of course those who don't play would end up in transfer portal. The scholarship limits helps all schools access to good players. Even with NIL, the scholarship limit helps

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Scott Ferguson
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Scott Ferguson

Seems fair for the number of kids that actually play in games.

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No

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Visitor
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Visitor

Most players don't get to go pro. As a former college walkon, being an athlete and having the $ to pay for college and other things is a huge burden. There is too much as a full time student and athlete to work as well. Opening more scholarships give more kids as much opportunity as possible.

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Do you support the proposal to sell alcohol at Haymarket Park?

Do you support the proposal to sell alcohol at Haymarket Park?

Yes

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No

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Yes

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Dick Plock
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Dick Plock

Baseball, hotdogs, popcorn, pretzels 🍺 beer

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Clark Huenink
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Clark Huenink

Fan friendly environment.

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Scott Ferguson
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Scott Ferguson

All things in moderation. A cold beer and a hotdog are part of baseball fandom. And yes, revenue.

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Kent Haynes
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Kent Haynes

It's everywhere else, plus the revenue

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No

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Paco
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Paco

I don't like what alcohol does to Husker fans.

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Ralph J. Williams
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Ralph J. Williams

Outcome is only negative.

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Linda Ogren
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Linda Ogren

NOT GOING TO ATTEND ANYMORE, YOU ARE ASKING FOR BIG TROUBLE

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Roy VanPelt
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Roy VanPelt

Alcohol will ruin the family environment. I love my Huskers, but may have to give up our season tickets if they ever start selling beer at Memorial Stadium.

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Roy VanPelt
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Roy VanPelt

Alcohol will ruin the family environment. I love my Huskers, but may have to give up our season tickets if they ever start selling beer at Memorial Stadium.

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James Wyatt
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James Wyatt

People sometimes are not responsible enough and over drink then get into a vehicle!

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Roy Katskee
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Roy Katskee

Underage college students have enough access to beer. Absolutely no need for it.

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