Does Nebraska football have the highest ceiling in the Big Ten West (long-term) as a program or are others still ahead of them?

-We’ve mentioned that Iowa has been ahead of Nebraska the past 5 years or so—and they’re still only averaging 9 wins a season in that stretch, which hasn’t been good enough for Nebraska fans in the past. But, is Nebraska’s ceiling higher than theirs in general looking to the future? Nebraska needs to prove they can develop their higher-ranked talent compared to Wisconsin/Iowa/Minnesota and others

-Can you truly assess who has the highest ceiling? Do we say Nebraska just because of fan support and tradition, or if you do say Nebraska, what makes their long-term ceiling the highest in the division?

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Wisconsin has a chance to make a big statement tomorrow for their stake in the Big Ten West division at Michigan…

-Wisconsin—yet to allow a point this year—hosts Michigan, who is unbeaten but hasn’t looked impressive at all so far, barely surviving Army in overtime among other struggles

-Will Wisconsin be viewed as the favorites in the West going forward if they beat Michigan? Or is Iowa still that team? Don’t forget about Michigan State/Northwestern this weekend, too…

 

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