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If Joe Burrow goes to Nebraska, does he get drafted first round?

If Joe Burrow goes to Nebraska, does he get drafted first round?

Not #1 but yes

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No he wouldn't have

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Not #1 but yes

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trainssker
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trainssker

I think he’d have adapted. He might not have been early first round but I think he’d have been in the first round. IMO... he had better receivers here than at LSU! 😁

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trevors951
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trevors951

not like LSU was lighting the wrld on fire b4 He got there. the no talent point at NU is overplayed to cover 4 lack of play-calling, dvlpment etc esp with top 25 classes and outrecruiting BTWest oppo

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RJ Heinen
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RJ Heinen

He would have been sacked a lot and if he could withstand the injury bug then yes late first round.

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No he wouldn't have

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Tom Nelsen
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Tom Nelsen

It takes more than one player to be successful. Without a solid line and multiple talented targets, Joe wouldn't have risen above obscurity in my opinion. If he played for a 90's Husker team-yes

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Randy Wolf
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Randy Wolf

Frost is too in love with Martinez. Which means the best quarterback on the roster this season will not play.

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Randy Weitzenkamp
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Randy Weitzenkamp

Frost was stuck on Martinez, 3rd stringers rarely get drafted in the 1st round.

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Shane Schmidt
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Shane Schmidt

Lsu is a top notch program in the SEC Nebraska hasn't been a top notch program in over 20 years!

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Doug Miller
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Doug Miller

And wouldn't have won the Heisman.

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Ron Joseph
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Ron Joseph

As others have said, it takes a whole team. He would have been average at best here because we don't have the OL or skilled players to allow him to rise to the top. Hopefully we will soon for a QB

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Paul F Edwards
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Paul F Edwards

If he would have done better than Martinez, it would not have been by much. With essentially horrible line play, no running or passing game, no QB could have done much better

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Lonty Bryant
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Lonty Bryant

Not enough talent up front

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Matt Seiler
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Matt Seiler

The O line is definitely trending upward but between bad pass pro at times and not enough play making receivers, no QB could have had a great year with the Huskers last year.

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John Pankonin
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John Pankonin

Would not have had the line protection nor the receiver speed.

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How do you rate Nebraska’s hiring of Matt Rhule as head football coach?
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How do you rate Nebraska’s hiring of Matt Rhule as head football coach?

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Do you think Deion Sanders (Coach Prime) is good candidate for head coach of Nebraska football?
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Do you think Deion Sanders (Coach Prime) is good candidate for head coach of Nebraska football?

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No

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Yes

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Wade Williams
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Wade Williams

I live in Jackson, MS and believe me, anyone who can do what he's done at an HBCU school like Jackson St can flat out coach and he talked the #1 overall recruit in the country into signing with them! Not to mention several other highly ranked recruits. Yes, he could get it done! JSU SUCKED B4 DEION!

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Doug Broderick Jr.
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Doug Broderick Jr.

The silver sluggers would never allow this. But I think hed be a breath of fresh air, but could be a PR nightmare for TA.

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james bond
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james bond

he will bring the energy we need to rebound the program. but like any program one coach don't do it alone need great assistants.

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James Wyatt
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James Wyatt

I just feel Deion Sanders can recruit the 4&5 star recruits that will make Nebraska competitive! GBR

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Charlie Knapper
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Charlie Knapper

Prime is the only coach out there capable of being able to handle the fish bowl that is Nebraska Football

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Matt Seiler
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Matt Seiler

Prime time would bring prime recruits and a winner’s attitude

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No

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Bill Reno Reida
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Bill Reno Reida

No! He's more concerned about himself than anyting NU.

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levi.goin85@gmail.com
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levi.goin85@gmail.com

His look at me narcissist style is not a fit for the state or the university...and he is not proven at the power 5 level.

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Larry Smith
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Larry Smith

No, Deion would not be a good fit. Too much flash, not enough head coaching experience. That said, he has done a great job where he is.

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Jeff Brown
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Jeff Brown

He was a flamboyant player but he has no Power 5 coaching experience. Not a Nebraska culture kinda guy.

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Brad Hill
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Brad Hill

cares more about Prime than the team.

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Robert Lloyd
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Robert Lloyd

He is not qualified nor does he have leadership qualities. What a joke of a question to even have here. Let's get serious.

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Vincent M Mankowski
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Vincent M Mankowski

Our largest challenge is someone who can not only bring in 4 and 5 star recruits, but to adapt them to the CULTURE at Nebraska and bring out the best of them within that culture. Deion Sanders is not a part of Nebraska Cornhusker culture and cannot bring that to players.

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Robert Ebers
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Robert Ebers

Promising, yet no experience as HC in the Power 5.

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Richard Johnson
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Richard Johnson

Nebraska MUST get this hire right. They simply cannot afford the risk of a coach with no power 5 coaching/recruiting experience. The stakes are to high to gamble.

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Paul Billesbach
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Paul Billesbach

No matter the hype and potential, I want a qualified experienced HC who's exemplified those traits that we so desperately need. Deion could be that guy in a few years but I don't want to take the chance at this point that he's not.

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