Two straight years of no postseason means a QB competition is completely justifiable for 2020

-Adrian Martinez was not great against Iowa. His downfield throws weren’t even close to Spielman. He gets some protection from media, but he deserves some heat. He didn’t stay in bounds on Nebraska’s final drive, which would have helped the game go to OT rather than give Iowa the ball back. And, although it’s a full team effort, he hasn’t done enough to get Nebraska to a bowl game for 2 straight years

-What does this picture look like next year? Luke McCaffrey wants to play, and has shown he’s a gamer. Noah Vedral can play, too, and Logan Smothers will want a piece of the action, too. Are we all OK with a wide-open competition next year, where the starter EARNS and WINS the job?

 

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