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  1. Treand3

    Returning Production: B10 West (2019)

    Wisconsin loses Dixon at safety, but should be improved in the secondary. Just have a difficult time seeing them replace the production of Edwards, Connelly and Van Ginkel at LB... at least immediately. Sagapolu will be missed as well, though I do understand he was injured for at least the last 1/4th of the season.
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    *** 2019 Recruiting ***

    We struggled getting pass rushers in a 4-3. Just my opinion, it's too early to feel we need to go back to a 4-3. OLB is one of the most difficult positions to recruit, however, depending on what happens this cycle, the staff will have signed a 4* OLB in back-to-back cycles. It would've had 2 last cycle had Jean-Baptiste not flake out at the last minute.
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    *** 2019 Recruiting ***

    Bingo. Explosive edge rushers are at a premium and the top programs seem to get their pick of those that are available. It doesn't matter if it's a 4-3 or a 3-4. Outside of elite OTs, edge rushers are gold in football.
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    RB John Bivens

    Looks like a balanced RB group.
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    OLB Steven Parker

    Well...not like Lawrence was tropical oasis this weekend either. Exact same conditions. This decision has got to be about fit and the direction of the program.
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    Do we need top 5 classes to be successful?

    Of course we do, but any practical fan knows a lot goes into even getting to that stage. Even for Bama and Clemsom, who are both obviously a cut above the rest of CFB. I think in a perfect world Nebraska could land a top 10 class i.e. loaded Midland talent, 6-8 high caliber national kids and a 5 star prospect. Top 5 would be tough. Frost said himself top 20 classes with development were his ticket. With a higher profile with an upward trajectory, top 10-15 classes are attainable imo. Development is a non-negotiable item. You just want to give yourself a legit chance at winning in Indy and being able to hang in the semifinals, letting the chips fall where they may. We got a ways to go to say the least.
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    Do we need top 5 classes to be successful?

    Its definitely a balance. You can have a great defense but if you don't have at least good QB play with explosive skill players at RB and WR(Diverse attack), you will struggle against teams like Bama and Clemson.
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    Do we need top 5 classes to be successful?

    They are not explosive on offense whatsoever either. Their scheme limits them in aspect.
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    OLB Eugene Asante

    His brother could bring it too.
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    DE Ty Robinson [Nebraska - Signed LOI]

    I think so. Ty is built more like a 3-4 DE.
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    S Noa Pola-Gates [Nebraska - Signed LOI]

    Long term, i agree, especially if OSU shows cracks on the field. Feel much of their current class will remain in tact, but if Day slips, it could fall apart in the future.
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    S Noa Pola-Gates [Nebraska - Signed LOI]

    Word is OSU is out of it as it stands.
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    JUCO DT Tony Fair [UAB Commit]

    Wish it could've worked out with Fair. Much success wherever he goes.
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