Can Nebraska fans ever embrace the concept of being in the underdog role for football?

-Nebraska, right now, is an underdog. But fans don’t like that term, not at a university that’s won 5 national championships. But it’s been a long time since the last one, and you’ve been bad for a while. Can a program that’s viewed as ‘haughty’ by other programs out there accept the underdog tag?

-What’s wrong with being the underdog? It doesn’t have to be permanent. Fred Hoiberg will eventually want Nebrasketball to not be an underdog, despite their lack of success ever on the basketball scene.

-Also, Tom Allen just signed a long extension through 2027 at Indiana worth $4.9 million per season