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Are the only two teams to be ranked in the top 20 on both offense and defense. Who is more impressive? Our SOS is 12 as of Nov 17th, with FSU at 110
Nebraska...but state would beat you guys pretty bad
Agreed. Obviously our schedule is nothing to be proud of because the ACC is a total joke in every sense. But I think we are deeper and more talented then Neb.
No one has stopped our O. Give us a healthy Burkhead and its close
Martinez still cannot beat good teams with his arm, I think we would load the box and win this game pretty comfortably. Nebraska is a good team but I think we match up really well against you all.
Michigan and Michigan State are pretty good defenses
All this tells me is that Ohio State put 60+ up on a top 20 defense.
Feels good man.
Oh, and Carlos Hyde just scored again.
Nebraska turned it over a lot against MSU, but made some big plays and got some... generous... treatment by the refs. I'd call it a mixed day for Nebraska's offense.
Wow dude, get over it. MSU had a few calls go their way as well. Nature of the game
You'll have to let me know what it feels like sitting at home watching all the bowls without your undefeated team in one. Oh, and kiss my ass
I'm not usually one to bitch about officiating, but the penalty on the (overturned) pick-6 reinforces my point that Martinez is not a great passer. Like I said, mixed day.
And you can tell me what it's like being in a bowl game your team doesn't deserve to be in.
FSU would kill Nebraska, IMO. Michigan and Michigan St have lost to every team worth mentioning that they have played this season.
The same could actually be said about Nebraska, unless you consider beating Michigan doing something. After seeing them in person, I do not.
Who has FSU beat that was truly good? Oh they lost to NC State. Exactly.
Wtf are you talking about? We don't cheat like you guys
You mean when an MSU player blindsided a defenseless player that was not going after the play?
It was the correct call. Especially when you factory in that Adams and Bell had been going at it all day. Adams was trying to get a cheap shot in on Bell and he got caught for it. Get over it man.
Oh, that's rich.
The entire success of your program is based on it.
No its called the best weight room in the country
FSU would be favored by atleast 14 on a neutral field
Red Cedar has never lost a game woot refs helping...they have a post ITT if we got hosed by the refs thread...basically that's the entire front page gameday in hoops and football.
This post was edited by BBucksorBeGone8 17 months ago
How many players will Nebraska put in this years draft?
FSU has 3 likely first rounders plus 6-7 other guys that will go in later rounds.
DE Carradine (1st round draft pick)
DE Werner (1st round draft pick) (underclassmen)
CB Rhodes (1st or 2nd) (underclassmen)
DE/OLB - Brandon Jenkins (2nd -3rd) (injured all season, underclassmen)
DT Everette Dawkins (3rd-4th)
DT Amp McCloud (3rd-4th)
WR Rodney Smith (4th-5th)
QB EJ Manuel (3rd-5th)
FB Lonnie Pryor (5th-7th)
MLB Vince Williams (5th-7th)
K Dustin Hopkins (5th-UFA)
This post was edited by rms02d 17 months ago
We will probably have a lineman or two get selected in the late rounds with a LB in the middle to late. All our main guys are sophomores. You guys have more draft picks, but that doesn't necessarily equate to the better college team
This convo has been had before. What does players drafted have to do with who would win a football game? Pretty sure '95 Huskers proved that one.
They beat the only team they have played worth mentioning to date: Clemson.
You got 63 dropped on you by an offense that struggled to move the ball against UAB!
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