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Do you see the Huskers getting to 6-4 in the new Big 10 season?

Do you see the Huskers getting to 6-4 in the new Big 10 season?

Heck yeah

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Don't see it

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Heck yeah

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Nat Warren
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Nat Warren

Young team but very talented.

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Stephen Willers
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Stephen Willers

Just because I HOPE SO

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Stephen Willers
Stephen Willers

I think we have a lot more talent this year, and a burning desire by both the players and THE COACHS to win. Man I hope one of the kickers comes to the top!!!!

Joseph French
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Joseph French

Talent on this team is better and they have 3 years under Frost. The system should be clearer. #1 reason is Adrian Martinez will be much better. (Plus I am a "Homer")

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Richard Stotts
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Richard Stotts

i thought the B1G was looking at 12 gm schedule??

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Don't see it

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Matt Seiler
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Matt Seiler

But even 5-5 is a good season with this schedule. I see wins over Purdue, Illinois, N'western, Rutgers and Mich St who I believe will be the team we get from the East. All other teams will be top 25

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Scott Dreas
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Scott Dreas

Tough schedule stretch playing Iowa, Wisconsin, Minnesota and Ohio State. Those will be top 20 teams or better against a young group of Huskers. Then Penn State later this year? 4-6 seems more likely

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Mike Petersen
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Mike Petersen

I didn't see them getting six wins with the old schedule. The schedule the Big 10 dealt them now is ridiculous. Could see 6 wins with Wisconsin's schedule.

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Bill Mussman
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Bill Mussman

The Huskers are not getting better, they are getting worse.

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Patrick O'Brien
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Patrick O'Brien

Too many questions to be optimistic this season. I certainly hope they do well but we'll just have to wait and see.

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Brian Reed
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Brian Reed

Huskers have not proven it on the field yet, But its coming, I don't think frost knew how bad it was here till he got here. huskers have not controlled the line of scrimmage against the power teams

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Randy Wolf
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Randy Wolf

There isn't going to be a season. They may try it for a couple of weeks but not many fans (maybe alumni) will watch scrimmages on TV. Advertisers will give up and the season will be canceled.

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Michael Lampshire
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Michael Lampshire

We need to be realistic .

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Neil Meier
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Neil Meier

I am hopeful. NU needs to jell on the field and off the field with everyone. I am still seeing a little chaos and with the COVID, this did not help.

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Roger Roby
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Roger Roby

3rd year to earn that big paycheck

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Matty Mattz
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Matty Mattz

You have to play the games to have a record.

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Ryan Shaneyfelt
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Ryan Shaneyfelt

Assuming we keep our current crossover games and then add Maryland then it might happen. Add Indiana or MSU instead then its less likely, but still possible. If its Michigan than not a chance.

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Tim Maxwell
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Tim Maxwell

Until they show they can win, I won't believe it.

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Roy Bishop
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Roy Bishop

Don't see the season being completed.

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Ron Joseph
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Ron Joseph

We were hoping to get to 7-5 by winning our non-conf schedule - before murderers row @ the end. A 3rd losing season is a very possibility, esp no spring practice. Better to cancel 2020- go big in 2021

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Tom Nelsen
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Tom Nelsen

Show me something, anything and then I'll have some faith.

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Joe Hix
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Joe Hix

Weak Defense that can't stop the run and puts zero pressure on QB's.

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Mitch Bronston
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Mitch Bronston

Even with all the talent, issues abound with Covid, unsettled execution, player attrition, and a plethora of unknown factors. There are no more pipelines, at least not yet. Go Big Red! Husker for life

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Do you think Adrian Martinez will come back for a 5th year?

Do you think Adrian Martinez will come back for a 5th year?

No doubt

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Not sure about that

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No doubt

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Randy Weitzenkamp
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Randy Weitzenkamp

What else is he going to do? I don't think his skillset translates to the NFL and I doubt he'd get drafted. The NIL money is probably as good as any offer he'll get in the working world.

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Not sure about that

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Will the Huskers have more yards rushing or passing this weekend against Michigan?

Will the Huskers have more yards rushing or passing this weekend against Michigan?

Rushing

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Passing

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Rushing

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Randy Weitzenkamp
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Randy Weitzenkamp

We need to establish the run to make everything else work. If they shutdown our run game, they'll be able to pin their ears back and tee off on AM.

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Passing

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