LSU and Ohio State both had strong cases for No. 1. The committee chose the Tigers, which could have a real impact on the title race. That, plus a look at the rest of the Big Ten’s bowl slate.
The NCAA Tournament selection committee rewarded with Nebraska with a seed closer to its Pablo Ranking, but there are some interesting potential matchups in this field when you compare seeding to power rankings.
Through three years as a head coach Scott Frost’s teams were almost perfectly balanced with a nearly 50% run rate. In 2019, it was 60%. Is that as sign of things to come or a reflection of some of Nebraska’s limitation this season?
Nebraska’s predictive power ranking journey for 2019 has come to an end. What does it show, a program that’s basically back to where it ended Year 1.
Nebraska’s coaches and players say they’re making progress. After a 5-7 season they’ll be some of the few beating that drum, and that’s OK.
Iowa’s offense is plenty capable of moving the ball, but it has two big inefficiencies. They just happen to match up with two weaknesses for Nebraska’s defense as well.
Nebraska’s run game might be rounding into shape at just the right time as Iowa visits Lincoln for the regular-season finale.
Iowa is an early 4.5-point favorite over Nebraska for Friday’s game. Here’s what a few key power rankings project for the Huskers.
By rolling over Maryland, Nebraska got some delightful clarity near the end of a muddy and muddled season. Beat Iowa. Keep playing. That’s an opportunity to be thankful for.
It was great until it wasn’t and then it was great again for Nebraska in its five-set win at Minnesota.