I noticed that there haven't been too many comments on your articles, but I just wanted to let you know
that I really enjoy reading them and I read all of them. You have good, calculated and not radically biased
insights. It is appreciated, keep up the good work.
The Huskers once again tackle a B1G Ten conference schedule that is difficult to say the least. Even the non-conference slate is not easy. Southern Miss is no slouch but I believe we will beat them. The game at UCLA is an absolute wild card. My buddy works @ UCLA and routinely stops by the football facility/practice field on his way to his car. He says that Jim Mora employs the "Pelini" style of coaching, in that he really lets the players know it if they screw up. We'll see how they do against NU. Arkansas St. and Idaho St. are wins. Then, the real schedule begins. Wisconsin comes to Lincoln this year. Tough to say who'll win that one. Hopefully, we dish out some payback for last year's beat down in Madison. The following week,we play @ Ohio State. Then, we play at Northwestern. Yes, this team beat us in our own game in Lincoln last year. Michigan comes to Lincoln the following week (ouch!!!!!). Then, we play at Michigan State (double ouch!!!!!!!!). Penn State comes to Lincoln the following week (no breather there). Minnesota comes to Lincoln the next week with their mobile QB MarQueis Gray. Then, we wrap up the final week of the season @ Iowa. I agree with the optimism but it should be taken with a "grain of salt" with this daunting schedule. It's looking like a 9-3 season. I think we might beat Michigan for our biggest win in years and be 7-1 at that point, but could lose @ Michigan State the following week. Pelini's teams have always struggled and lost a game in the mid point of the season in we were favored to win.
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We're going to be favored to lose at MSU.