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Do the Huskers beat Penn State and Minnesota at home this year?

Do the Huskers beat Penn State and Minnesota at home this year?

They'll get 'em both

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Just one of them

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They'll get 'em both

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Ron Ogren
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Ron Ogren

Mind set is Yes, wait & see the gain the team will have.

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Ron Joseph
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Ron Joseph

Yes, I like our ODDS against PSU as we most likely won't play them due to a shortened season. I do think we will beat Minny regardless. They are a one year wonder.

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Richard Stotts
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Richard Stotts

PSU is at home as well as Minnesota. PSU is a bigtime club now, going to be tough to win.

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James Key
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James Key

They take both, but the unknown schedule will help or hurt. GBR

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Just one of them

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Tim Pate
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Tim Pate

I would love to say both but cant Now we may not get to play either on of them? What a crazy world we have become!

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Randy Weitzenkamp
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Randy Weitzenkamp

We're likely to be underdogs for both. We might upset one of them (more likely the Gophers), but probably not both.

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vincent mahon
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vincent mahon

I believe we defeat Minnesots

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Brandon Vasholz
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Brandon Vasholz

I really don't understand this, Minnesota had ONE good year, ONE, but now all of the sudden they're on this completely different level? Of course Nebraska can beat Minnesota.

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Ryan Goecke
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Ryan Goecke

I don't see winning either. Huskers are not yet at that level. Huskers will probably surprise us this year both winning and losing games they shouldn't. Looking at a 4-6 season. Hope I'm wrong. GBR!!

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Tom Nelsen
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Tom Nelsen

At some point in the Frost era the team will need to take a step forward. It will be refreshing to once again expect a winning season rather than debating whether the Huskers can beat MN at home.

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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?

Yes

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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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