knapplc wrote:Since every team we've played has viewed us as their "big game" so far and given us their best shot, we're expecting more of the same from Wyoming.
Regardless, it looks pretty obvious that our defense is sleepwalking through the season so far. They're not playing with any kind of urgency, and they're getting beat at the point of attack by just about everyone. I see no reason to believe that will get fixed over the next few days, so I expect Wyoming to move the ball on us.
Maybe the Huskers just have a (misplaced) sense of superiority. It's hard to say. We should have demolished Fresno and Washington, and while we were up 44-17 on the Huskies, we very clearly let up and let them score three times in the 4th - unforgivable! I don't see a ridiculous blowout. I see a Nebraska win, but most likely by less than the spread. I'm guessing the Huskers win by about 17.
LawPoke wrote:At least the fans - which is just fine with me.
Nothing to worry about in Wyoming, boys, just like your fans and the line in Vegas are saying. Just think about Madison, at night, Camp Randall and all. Wyoming's a nobody team and it will be like another home game - what with the 45,000 Nebraska fans that will be there. Just a pebble of gravel on your way to the NC - that little brush up scrimmage in Cheyenne at Cowboys Stadium...er, let me check that again, oh, yeah, Laramie and War Memorial Stadium. Just another non-AQ school to cower at the feet of a B1G school, especially one with the history and stature of Nebraska.
Back to Wisconsin though...the real UW, the real test on the schedule, the B1G conference race is in the balance...only 12 days until "the" game on the Huskers' schedule.
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