What If Wednesday: What if Tom Osborne stuck around a while longer and didn’t retire after the 1997 National Championship?

-We welcome producer Alex Baker back for the question of the week, and it’s a doozy. Osborne retired at age 60 after Nebraska won the 1997 National Championship, passing the team off to Frank Solich. It had been 3 titles in 4 years when Osborne retired. Now, we see older coaches sticking around for a while. Solich is in his 70s at Ohio….Bill Snyder coached into his upper 70s at Kansas State

-What would be different? Imagine if T.O. coached until he was 75….he’d still be coaching through 2012. How about that for a mindbender…