Is there any reason why Nebraska shouldn’t begin designing and building new football facilities ASAP?

-There’s been some divide in previous coaching regimes in terms of support of the boosters for Nebraska football, but there’s little divide now, if any. When boosters are in agreement on something, it becomes a lot easier to give it a ‘go’

-If we’re talking about Nebraska making the leap to the top of the Big Ten sooner rather than later, it can happen without great facilities, but it doesn’t need to. You want to make this place great? Then make it great and blow away the conference with a facility. You’ll never have a lakeside practice area like Northwestern has, but you’re also not a forgotten school in a massive city like them

Does the Big Ten need to schedule tougher in football? / Shut Up Sipple

-The World-Herald’s Sam McKewon looked ahead to the 2020 season for Nebraska, and it feels pretty light in non-conference play. Does Nebraska and the rest of the conference need to schedule tougher to get big early wins? Hard to keep a team out of the College Football Playoff from the Big Ten if they have a massive win or 2 in non-conference play…

Bowl games think highly of the B1G, as now 11 games are set up for B1G teams

-The rundown of bowl games was introduced today, and bowls in Las Vegas and Phoenix were among the additions for the conference….not bad to have 11 bowl games for a possible 14 teams, right?