Ryan Held says Nebraska is viewing itself as the major underdog going against Michigan, which is completely understandable; how long does it take to become a top dog, though?

-In the Mike Riley era, Nebraska got smoked by several top-tier B1G teams, and Bo Pelini did as well. Nebraska currently rides a 6 game losing streak into Ann Arbor, and it makes sense to be a heavy underdog. But when we talk about changing culture, and we look back at this first year of Scott Frost, will Nebraska be able to think of themselves as a top dog as soon as next year?

-Nebraska’s opponent, Michigan, likely thought of themselves as a top dog again the moment that Jim Harbaugh was hired, and they have been good but not great. But they still believe they are an elite program during the year. Does that mentality begin this year later on or next year or after?