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      *NEW* Husker Football Commits - DE Casey Rogers, RB Miles Jones, WR Dominick Watt   01/16/2018

      Huskers get a commitments from   Avon, Connecticut Defensive End Casey Rogers Fort Lauderdale, Florida Running Back/Wide Receiver Miles Jones Hollywood, Florida Wide Receiver Dominick Watt   See the 2018 Class   Who's Next?
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      The 2018 HuskerBoard Starting Lineup   01/17/2018

      The 2018 HuskerBoard Starting Lineup is now live! Click HERE to read the rules, and look in the Contest Crib for nomination and voting threads throughout the next several weeks.   This is a great opportunity to say "thanks!" to your fellow HuskerBoard members for keeping you informed or entertained throughout the past year. Nominate your favorite HuskerBoard member today!


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  1. Tyjon Lindsey

    I want him to stay to see how he develops, but he 100% should have redshirted last year. Always seemed tentative with the rock
  2. RB Maurice Washington

    Didn't Ohio St say they would take him as well if eligible? He visits them the week before us
  3. LB Habakkuk Baldonado

    Looking to visit Feb 2nd
  4. S Tyrese Ross

    Still visiting?
  5. RB/WR Miles Jones [Nebraska Commit]

    Senior Stats: 695 rush yards, 12 TD 401 receiving yards, 2 TD 2 kickoff returns for TD
  6. WR Dominick Watt [Nebraska Commit]

    Averaged 20.5 yards per catch his senior year
  7. Big dub for Miles and co. #BubbleWatch

    1. NUance


      Wow!  Where did that come from?  Let's see more.  I LIKEY!!  

  8. DB Cam Taylor

    Already looks like a college senior...put a red N on that cutoff and we're good to go. Hope we can land him
  9. JUCO CB Kenneth George, Jr.

    He will have 3 years of PT (rFR this year). Had 27 tackles and 2 INT this year at the Juco level. I'm surprised he only has 1 D1 offer tbh
  10. C Tyrone Sampson, Jr.

    There are some red flags here, but I like his film better than Barnett's. He will also have a competent coach to help development which is vastly overlooked with someone his size
  11. Top 5 Nebraska players to replace

    No disrespect, but I've never seen an easier 5 to replace going into next season.
  12. LB Habakkuk Baldonado

    I've always enjoyed watching highlights, especially looking for under the radar 2 star kids. Initially I search for anyone with the measurable - he's (6'5, 230) and then if they have moved/transferred. This kid just looks the part as well and his stats also show that. Not the best competition but you can tell he's physically on a different level. I think he could make a good OLB rushing the QB after getting some good coaching.
  13. LB Habakkuk Baldonado

    I posted last month hoping we would offer this kid. Has loads of potential and I hope we land him
  14. https://athlonsports.com/college-football/early-big-ten-football-predictions-2018 West Division 5. Nebraska The Cornhuskers hit a grand slam with Scott Frost returning to Lincoln, and it’s only a matter of time before this program is back in the mix to win the West Division. Frost has some significant work ahead this offseason, but a bowl game should be a reasonable goal in 2018. The top priority for Frost in offseason workouts will be to find a quarterback. Tanner Lee left for the NFL, leaving redshirt freshman Tristan Gebbia, sophomore Patrick O’Brien and incoming freshman Adrian Martinez to battle for the job. Martinez has the most upside and is the best fit for Frost’s offense. How fast can he pick up the scheme and adjust to the FBS level? Stanley Morgan and JD Spielman form a potent one-two punch at receiver, and running back Tre Bryant returns after missing nearly all of 2017 due to a knee injury. New coordinator Erik Chinander inherits a defense that gave up 36.4 points a game and did not feature a player selected to All-Big Ten honors last fall. The schedule features brutal road trips to Michigan, Wisconsin, Iowa and Ohio State. However, Nebraska plays four out of its first five games in Lincoln.
  15. We match up well with Michigan I think. They aren't a great rebounding team and their big man is more of a shooter than a bruiser. This game is yuuuggeee in regards to tourney implications