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Huskers in 2020....

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Target year: 2020

Program ceiling: College Football Playoff

The word: No team nationally will have a turnaround like the Huskers this season, going from four wins to potentially nine during Scott Frost's second campaign. Perhaps the boldest pick on the list, it would take a Herculean effort from sophomore quarterback Adrian Martinez, but more importantly, better-than-expected play out of a defense facing questions entering the season. But let's not get ahead of ourselves, here. Nebraska's true barometer season will come during Martinez's junior year when Frost finally has the depth he's looking for defensively and the Huskers' youth movement at the skill positions offensively are a year wiser. Peeking at the 2020 schedule, the Huskers will likely only played three Top 25 teams, none coming during the first two months of the season. Not only will Nebraska be a Top 15 team inside the 2020 preseason rankings, but it could easily be 7-0 mark heading to Ohio State on Oct. 31. The future is extremely bright for the Huskers with Martinez under center the next few years.


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Ah, 2020 and 2021, the years we don’t play on Black Friday. Thanks Mike Riley and Shawn Eichorst. 

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1 hour ago, Ziebol said:

Hype train is full speed ahead boys.



How am I suppose to get any work done with all the hype being pushed out right now?

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