Nebraska offensive lineman Nouredin Nouili didn’t leave Frankfurt, Germany, to pursue a football career. Yet, here he is, starting in the Big Ten. That story and more in the October 2021 issue of Hail Varsity.
Minnesota engineered the game it wanted, because it often does. Nebraska fought back, because it often does. From there, things ended predictably.
Gophers can wreck a farm if you’re not prepared to take some measures. Previewing Nebraska-Minnesota on the latest edition of the I-80 Preview.
Minnesota’s coming off a bye, Nebraska has to play its eight consecutive game before getting one but the Huskers opened as a slight favorite ahead of Saturday’s game against the Gophers.
Based on the evidence, there’s little to separate Nebraska and still-undefeated Michigan. Except for the records, of course. But the Huskers largely met expectations on Saturday.
How does Nebraska slow a relentless Michigan pass rush? What must the Huskers do defensively to stop the Wolverines? That and more on the latest I-80 Preview.
Michigan is undefeated and ranked in the top 10, but the Wolverines didn’t open as a heavy favorite over Nebraska.
It’s been a while since Nebraska won so decisively that the only real takeaway to have was how well the Huskers played.
Are Nebraska’s current weaknesses fixable or a fatal flaw for 2021? Hail Varsity managing editor Brandon gets into that and takes a close look at what to expect from Northwestern in this week’s I-80 Preview.
Eight of the past 10 Nebraska-Northwestern games have been one-score games. That could be the case again this year based on an opening line favoring the Huskers.