Sam McKewon wonders if Nebraska returning to prominence is the only main thing that can help the Big Ten from realignment again…is he right?

-We mentioned a lot that the interesting conversation of Media Days was the talk about division realignment again—even though the West looks stronger and deeper this year than is has in years

-Sam writes that Frost reaching Nebraska’s high potential is what could save the West from having to realign—because the league has already seen Northwestern, Wisconsin, and Iowa’s potential, and it hasn’t been good enough to make a dent consistently on the East Division from winning most Big Ten titles and getting the high rankings in the polls

-Is this really all on Nebraska to carry the West going forward? It’s probably long overdue..