Iowa's side seemingly regards the rivalry with a bit more oomph, although Nebraska's level has risen during Scott Frost's tenure as Husker head coach.
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A certain local columnist is extremely interested in whether Scott Frost can right the Big Red ship, which indicates a belief it still can happen.
Nebraska football attracts a tough crowd. But here's hoping Adrian Martinez understands that a large share of Husker fans appreciate all he's done.
After each crushing loss, media wonder if this Nebraska team will fold up its tent. One game remains, and we doubt we'll see any quit now.
Martinez often tries to complete passes while evading defenders as if he were dodging cars in rush-hour traffic. He never complains — about anything.
Make no mistake, chemistry is strong among Nebraska's defensive staff members. "That means everything," Erik Chinander says.
Scott Frost always takes the podium last. Once he took his spot at the microphone, it got fairly interesting right off the jump.
Just get to mid-November with a chance to win the division. If Nebraska can regularly manage that standard, it'll mean it's playing sound, hard-nosed football on a consistent basis.
Scott Frost in 2017 was regarded as a young gun with a cutting-edge offense, a dynamic play-caller. Monday, he basically fired himself as play-caller. His story at Nebraska is simply remarkable.
Wednesday was reminiscent of the fall day in 2002 when former Nebraska coach Frank Solich announced major changes on his staff.