I fully expect Nebraska to make it to a bowl game this year, but I don't think they're having a 7 or 8-game turnaround in year 2 of Frost. Adrian Martinez is good. Their defense is bad. They gave up 30+ in 8 games. They have to travel to Colorado in week 2, and that will be a good indicator of where they're heading. They also get literally every difficult game at home (NW, Wisc, OSU, Iowa), so that certainly helps. Other roadies at Purdue, Minny, Illinois, Maryland.
College Football Reference has him at 39-61.
Must have been that decisive win over...[checks notes]...Bethune-Cookman that sold you.
Saquan may have been caught from behind, but Saquon never was.
I know people are excited about Martinez, but they were 4-8 last year!
Haters, all of them!
But seriously, @ OSU, Iowa, MSU, Minny is no cakewalk. The home schedule is bad outside of Mich, but Penn State needs to be 7-0 at home with those roadies.
The collegiate eligibility clock begins as soon as you enter any college. So the Lackawanna guys generally play FR/So seasons and then transfer with three years to play their two seasons of remaining eligibility. Rarely someone transfers after one year.
Never gets old
Maryland is mega trashy, so i'm going with Minnesota.
This rules. Stoked for Josh.
If we cut the missed throws and drops in half, I think we'd literally be talking about a team on the cusp of the playoff and assuredly another NY6 bowl. I honestly couldn't believe the passing down run rate when I saw it. It's certainly not something you want to see that high, in my opinion.