Asked by Husker Max 4/12/2016 2048 Votes In 2016, Husker football will have more than 8 wins ... 77% True WINNER 21 23% False 4 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Copy Link 77% True Add Comment Comment Share with friends An improved team and a schedule without #6 Michigan State or #12 Michigan: http://squareoffs.co/1P7AG0T An improved team and a schedule without #6 Michigan State or #12 Michigan: http://squareoffs.co/1P7AG0T Show Less 21 Comments 13 Danny Baker Yes they will, because the right system is in place, the right attitude has been instilled, the right coaching is in place, and the talent is there. Reply Reply 1 Marty Norris Davis I know they will! I am retiring from the Air Force and my gift from my wife is our attendance to every game, home and away! #GBR #Huskers #2016isouryear Reply Reply 1 Kevin Hamilton Why not! Reply Reply 0 Randy Wolf They flirted with disaster last year and see determined to recapture the magic of the mid 90s Reply Reply 0 Keith Petrie They should have last year!!! Coaching failed them. Reply Reply Andrew LaFevre Past coaching failed them, I agree 0 Ricky Tolen Gut feeling... Reply Reply 0 Travis Kirsch Why? Riley & co will coach like their rear ends are on fire this season. If they have another season like last season, they'll all be looking for other jobs. Reply Reply 0 Jerry Williams Second year of familiarity with a system, like the defensive coaches. Reply Reply 0 Jack Gillam I believe! Reply Reply 0 Cameron Kiersch too many narrow defeats and a period of change. If Tommy flips the "decision-making" switch, the Skers could be dangerous. DL will retool and secondary/LS's will be improved by experience and depth Reply Reply 0 Ed Vinton 11 0r 12 wins isn't out of reach. It depends, if Nebraska throw the ball 15-25 a game (10-13 wins) or, if they go for the 45+ throws (6-8 wins). It's not rocket science!!! Reply Reply 0 Arlie Rauch With all the spring hype as usual, eight wins are only the tip of the iceberg. Of course, the reality in fall may be different! It's fun to be on the band wagon, but I hate falling off every fall. Reply Reply 0 Andrew Shields Team chemistry is up, determination by the coaching staff to run the rock more, especially on first down, and the talented men they are about to roll out Reply Reply 0 Mike Conyers Because Spring Optimism Reply Reply 0 Travis McKay At worst they win 8, more than likely end up 9-3 or 10-2 if we are lucky. Reply Reply 0 Robert Lloyd Mike Riley has seen the results of Nebraska's tradition and comfort level while running the ball. And if he takes to heart that you have to run on first down to be a running team, we will be fine. I think he gets it. Reply Reply 0 Alan Blackburn I see a 10 win season on the horizon. We have talent galore and MR is the man to bring us to a 10 win regular season. Reply Reply 0 Thom Beran I'm pickin up good vibrations. Reply Reply 0 Robert Hegler Absolutely! I expect more than 8 wins. Reply Reply 23% False Add Comment Comment Share with friends It could be a tall order in arguably the best conference in the nation. It could be a tall order in arguably the best conference in the nation. Show Less 4 Comments 7 Isaiah Skrdla I'm hearing the same spring game plan offensively and expect to see the same fall execution. That paired with a more difficult schedule leaves me with little hope for improvement. We need some coaches that realize that college ball is very different from pro ball and who adjust accordingly. Reply Reply Stephen Johnson Looking at the schedule, I see 5 losses in the regular season. I predicted 5 wins last season. Time will tell. 0 Jason Coorts Too many tough road games...OSU, Iowa, Wisconsin, Northwestern. We'll probably lose to Oregon then either split those 4 tough road games and find a way to blow another home game or lose 3 of the 4 road games. I feel like 8-4 is our cap unless we have some magical Iowa-like run and no injuries. Reply Reply 0 Dan Cubrich We'll see 8 wins tops if Riley decides to pass the ball 40 times a game, but a more balanced offense with limited pass attempts from Armstrong could result in 10 wins or so. Reply Reply 0 Michael Morkert This is a coach who never won more than 7 games. A sever game win season will be his super bowl! Reply Reply Kevin Hamilton idiot!