Can high national preseason expectations make people forget what their actual personal expectations are for Nebraska this year?

-If Sip and Jake were to sit here today and tell you their projection for the season, they’d probably say in the area of 8-4. That’s on June 19, and it’s been their thoughts the whole time. But, as more people put Nebraska as a team to watch in college football and give them a high record, could people forget about what their actual expectations for the team were as the season gets going?

-Example: Nebraska starts 4-0 but loses to Ohio State. You knew that game was going to be tough, but people will moan about a blown chance to get relevant on the national scene against the big, bad Buckeyes. Can we remember what our expectations were for the year as the season plays on?