The 2021 Nebraska football season has so many statistics that defy logic, it’s difficult to decide which is the most incredible.
A look at some talking points after the Huskers' game against Iowa on Friday at Memorial Stadium.
Matt Millen says Scott Frost is "one of those guys you hold onto. He'll turn the corner. That'll happen." But get those chairs ready for the next town hall session.
Getting players fully prepared in every way is one way to alleviate pressure on them. But there are others, Steven M. Sipple writes.
Kirk Ferentz's viewpoint of Bret Bielema's career path kicks off a notebook that has a Stepp injury update, Toure talk and NU's portal process.
Why would current Huskers listen to players who starred in the 1990s? "Because they were our last champions," Bill Moos says.
In his last four outings, Nebraska's Tommy Armstrong has thrown 10 interceptions. That's Tommy back-sliding in his decision-making and ability to read coverage, Steven M. Sipple writes.
Meanwhile, undefeated Iowa knows exactly how it wants to win, its identity as evident as the old gold in its uniforms, Steven M. Sipple writes.