Football is a fickle thing. Less than two weeks ago, one could have argued that Nebraska had one of the best secondaries led by one of the best cover corners in the Big Ten. Now, after a bit of bad injury luck, that secondary – the strength of the defense – is suddenly full of questions, just like the rest of the team.
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Who do you think has the best chance to rise into Chris Jones' spot?
tough deal, keep Kalu at safety and move Lee in?..or move Kalu back and put Williams back in? And then who is nickle? I am wary of Kalu's speed, boy he looked slow vs. Tenn., if Lee has more speed I'd roll the dice and have him take Jones spot (or have him and Jackson trade places), and hope the younguns' can do well, keep Kalu at safdety with Williams as the nickle (or Kalu and have Williams move to safety when nickle is used
I think leave Joshua at saftey. He got turned around too often and didn't recover fast enough and so was behind on routes or beat over the top. Still a very goood cover guy though and an excellant tackler hence a natural at safety. On passing downs drop him down to nickel where he was a previous starter 2 years ago and bring in Keiron at safety. As for the younguns at corner well they were our two highest rated prospects the last two years........time to see if the big boy pants fit.