Nebraska landed Ole Miss transfer Breon Dixon on Sunday, giving the Huskers a boost in the secondary. Still to be determined is whether he will be eligible to play for Nebraska in 2018 or have to wait until 2019.
Dixon is a huge get for coach Scott Frost and defensive coordinator Erik Chinander, who have some work to do with a unit that ranked 109th in defensive S&P+ in 2017 and allowed 54 or more points in each of its final three games.
Nebraska’s newest addition is excited about joining the program, and used a Migos reference to make his point.
Coach Frost really changing the culture like the Migos in ATL .. don’t miss out.
— Breon Dixon (@Breondixon_4) January 14, 2018
If you don’t get the Migos reference, it’s to the Atlanta rap trio that not only has topped the charts, but also did so by embracing their city. Dixon is from Suwanee, Ga., not far from Atlanta.
Their sophomore album, Culture, was released in 2017. Nebraska is hoping Frost, who grew up in Nebraska and led the Huskers to a national championship as a quarterback in 1997, can change the culture of a team that went 4-8 in 2017.