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Husker Max Asked by Husker Max
7/27/2015

Would you ever consider a move back to the Big 12?

16%
Sure Why Not

3

84%
No Chance WINNER

29

16%
Sure Why Not

3 Comments
Phil Coffey
0
Phil Coffey

I miss the old rivalries but wouldn't be in favor of it unless Mizzou came back with us

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84%
No Chance

29 Comments
Kevin Hamilton
15
Kevin Hamilton

Why would we even consider going back to that unstable Texas driven conference! We are in a stable conference now and havev the opportunity to climb back into the who's who of college football with our new staff and current leadership. We need to ride this ship and see where it takes us now!

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Mike Conyers
3
Mike Conyers

While I miss playing some of the remaining members and I will always recall the good 'ol days, the conference is no more stable today than it was when we left. As long as there is Texas, there will be instability.

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Billie Mann
1
Billie Mann

More exciting games and equal financial split.

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Sid Desai
1
Sid Desai

No upside, only increased risk.

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Joel Carmichael
1
Joel Carmichael

This should not even be up for debate....not even a poll question. Move on.

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Michael McKain
1
Michael McKain

That is the past, B1G is the future.

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Ryan Rucker
1
Ryan Rucker

B1G is a better fit for us and is a much stronger conference, leaving now would be like running away scared with our tail between our leg. No way, we're here to compete!

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Jeff Johnson
1
Jeff Johnson

B1G is a fair conference where every university is heard and all members generally agree or agree to disagree without putting any one institution at a competitive disadvantage. The Big 12 will always have to contend with the fact that someday Texas may leave the conference.

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Allen Bishop
1
Allen Bishop

A return to a very flawed conference will not bring back the Husker glory days. We need to stick with the strength of the Big 10 and adapt the program to once again perform at championship levels.

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Robert Ramirez
1
Robert Ramirez

This is such a stupid poll question - I just had to answer so that I could let you know

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Paul W. Rea
1
Paul W. Rea

The money is better here and we don't have to deal with Texas or the other clowns that took Texas' side in all of those 11-1 votes. I feel a bit for the KU, KSU and ISU fans, but to hell with the Big XII.

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Ron Bauer
0
Ron Bauer

What makes one think anything would be different if they did go back, wasn't the reason Nebraska changed to begin with was the way they were treated by the Texas schools? Besides, the academic standards are higher in the Big 10, after-all, isn't that the main reason of the college?

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Dean Horst
0
Dean Horst

The academic respect, and big ten money are going to kepp us here forever. The good ole boys of Texas still control the Big 12, and we are done with that rodeo.

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Ken Gilmore
0
Ken Gilmore

if you were married, and found out your better half was taking your money out of your savings, and trying to lie about it too, would you want them back?

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Visitor
0
Visitor

At this point there is no reason to return. I personally don't care for the Big Ten in the first place or its teams. The security, finacial resources and their network make sense to stay.

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Bob Lines
0
Bob Lines

Big XII wont be around in 10 years.

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Bart Burroughs
0
Bart Burroughs

ewwwwww Texas... ewwwwww

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Ann Dimmitt
0
Ann Dimmitt

I hated the big 12. They ended the OU vs NU rivalry by making it an every 2 yr gm. That's the biggest reason to leave &never look back

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Visitor
0
Visitor

Texas still has way too much clout on conference decision making.

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Kenny Johnson
0
Kenny Johnson

Big 10 brings more security. Big 12 is all about Texas. Why would we go back to that?

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Brian M Wilson
0
Brian M Wilson

Are you fucking kidding me?

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Rizeabuv Yorzelf
0
Rizeabuv Yorzelf

If Texas is wiped from the face of the Earth then very possibly 'YES'; otherwise, don't ask stupid poll questions like this.

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Alex Lang
0
Alex Lang

Why is this poll even being considered?

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Rod Beber
0
Rod Beber

We are so close to turning this ship around. The new coach hasn't even coached his first game and his recruiting class is better than any class Bo ever had. We should of made changes 2 years ago after the FU from Bo to the NEB fans. Win the Big 10 and your playing for a National Title!

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Stephen Johnson
0
Stephen Johnson

One should never go backwards.

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Are you excited about the potential commitment announcements over the weekend?

Are you excited about the potential commitment announcements over the weekend?

Yes

1

No

6

Yes

1 Comment
Tim Brunswick
0
Tim Brunswick

The foundation is being set right now...Now we need to get to the next level and that starts with recruiting...

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No

5 Comments
Richard Johnson
1
Richard Johnson

First we were missing out on 4**** guys, now we're missing on 3*** guys.

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Thomas Wright
0
Thomas Wright

I would be if they were ALL 5 star recruits…C’mon now

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Nick Hornig
0
Nick Hornig

I don't get excited about recruiting anymore. Too many commits flip and it's rare for a recruit to play his whole career at one school.

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Suicide Slush Puppie
0
Suicide Slush Puppie

We only have legit shot at one of them. This class is underwhelming so far.

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Matt Seiler
0
Matt Seiler

I’m an offensive guy. Gimme David Sanders and a speedy receiver and I’ll be happy.

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Suicide Slush Puppie
Suicide Slush Puppie

LOL Sanders isn't coming to Nebraska

Do you think Nebraska has one of the easier conference football schedules in the Big Ten in 2024?

Do you think Nebraska has one of the easier conference football schedules in the Big Ten in 2024?

Yes

0

No

1

Yes

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No one has commented yet

No

1 Comment
Larry Smith
0
Larry Smith

Starting with Ohio State, Oct 26, the balance of the season is against very formidable teams. Big Red needs to do well in the first seven games to be bowl eligible.

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