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Who wins the battle of strength against strength?
Husker Max Asked by Husker Max
12/26/2015

Who wins the battle of strength against strength?

34%
Paul Perkins

1

66%
Husker Run Defense WINNER

5

34%
Paul Perkins

1 Comment
James Traut
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James Traut

The UCLA pass offense will be too much for NU slower DBs & LBs, hence the DL will be spread out to help against passing and susceptible to the UCLA rushing offense.

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66%
Husker Run Defense

5 Comments
David MacKay
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David MacKay

We have stopped the run all year...come out with a purpose and put pressure on qb and we can win this game!

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Dan Cubrich
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Dan Cubrich

Since West Coast Riley will be certain to allow Armstrong to pass 40 to 50 times, as usual he'll be the key for Nebraska to win or lose this game. Going by what we saw this season, Tommie will throw a few picks, which will lead to another loss.

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Robert Dodd
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Robert Dodd

if the (D) plays like they can, that Paul guy could have a longgg afternoon!!

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Stephen Johnson
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Stephen Johnson

They have done a decent job all year against the run.

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Robert Hutsell
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Robert Hutsell

They will make UCLA 1 dimensional...hope the pass defense is ready for a future NFL quarterback. Could be embarrassing.

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Would you support adding a cell tower that would improve phone service at Memorial Stadium?

Would you support adding a cell tower that would improve phone service at Memorial Stadium?

Yes!

9

No!

7

Yes!

9 Comments
Bruce Jakubowski
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Bruce Jakubowski

They'll just get a sponsor...

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Loren Zimmerman
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Loren Zimmerman

Sometimes emergencies need attention.

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Joe racine
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Joe racine

Better coverage. Some point they'll figure out how to use the cell phones to enhance the game day experience. Perhaps they could take food/drink orders via phone.

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Joe Hegarty
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Joe Hegarty

Good long term investment for the fans

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Tim Brunswick
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Tim Brunswick

AB-SO-FRICKIN-LUTELY !!!!!! It's about time...When you have 85,000+ people probably trying to get on what they have now, this is a NO BRAINER !!!!

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Visitor
0
Visitor

Anything to make the experience more exciting

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K De Backer
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K De Backer

21st century amenities....

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No!

7 Comments
Tom Cullinan
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Tom Cullinan

Sounds like something they would do in Austin or Boulder.

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Johnathon Cress
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Johnathon Cress

"Once, men turned their thinking over to machines in the hope that this would set them free. But that only permitted other men with machines to enslave them." -Dune

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Randy Weitzenkamp
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Randy Weitzenkamp

Coverage is just fine for me. I don't stream much on my phone.

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Jay Pettijohn
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Jay Pettijohn

If it's going to cost NU $30 mil, our phones work fine enough as is. Watch the game & spend $ elsewhere. But, if Verizon, etc are flipping the bill and the athletic department has lease agreements lined up to make the school $ as claimed, I would have to say why not and move my vote to the yes side.

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Richard Johnson
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Richard Johnson

I go to watch a game, not chat with someone on my phone. It's just like the gym; waiting for a machine or weight stand while someone using said apparatus talks on their phone.

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Dan Larsen
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Dan Larsen

Watch the game live time! It is a sporting event not a movie......

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Robert Lloyd
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Robert Lloyd

I'm sick of seeing people with their head down in their phone and living in a little bitty world of trivial nonsense. Be at the game or don't come to the game.

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Were you surprised by the amount of restitution from the “Nebraska Game Day Experience” ticket scam?

Were you surprised by the amount of restitution from the “Nebraska Game Day Experience” ticket scam?

Yes

1

No

2

Yes

1 Comment
Dick Plock
0
Dick Plock

Hard to get money back from scams! We hope!

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No

2 Comments
Tim Brunswick
0
Tim Brunswick

Don't mess around with NEBRASKA football fans...You will receive the appropriate justice..

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Loren Zimmerman
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Loren Zimmerman

Only in Nebraska will justice be administered justly.

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