Looking ahead for Nebraska football; Scott Frost wins with walk-on class, too
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Which of Nebraska’s 2018 signees could make an immediate impact? Land of 10’s Chris Bumbaca broke down the list and offering insight.
Since recruiting never stops, it’s already time to start thinking about the 2019 class.
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Nebraska coach Scott Frost and his staff weren’t just impressive in recruiting scholarship players. The Huskers coaches were equally impressive with the 2018 walk-on class.
When it comes to National Signing Day winners and losers, Nebraska football became the surprise team for Athlon Sports by the end of the day.
Big battles ahead
Nebraska has some serious in-state talent for the 2019 recruiting class. Can the Huskers keep those players at home? It will likely be a tough battle.
In order to compete in the Big Ten West, Nebraska will have to correct what’s been missing from the team.
What are realistic expectations for Nebraska in 2018? Sports Illustrated’s Andy Staples offered his thoughts.
The #GBR takeover
Nebraska uses two hashtags on Twitter: #Huskers and #GBR. However, Great Britain is also using the #GBR hashtag during the Winter Olympics.
To see the corresponding British flag emoji, visit the #GBR hashtag on Twitter.
Two nations. One hashflag.
Huskers x Great Britain
Good luck in the Olympics to our friends across the pond. #GBR
— Kelly Mosier 🌽 (@kmosier42) February 9, 2018
PSA: it’s Winter Olympics season, which means GBR hashtags will look like this for a while…#GBR
— Robin Washut (@RobinWashut) February 9, 2018
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