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without rg3 baylr is beatable...iowa state...texas tech....or tcu..maybe...and who knows..if colin klein gets hurt...kstates' talent fall off dramatically...so there are some chances..i think ut and ou and osu are not possible..and because we go to west virginia...unless gino smith gets hurt...i dont see us playing with them..wvu....it will be fun to see how they do in our league....if their debut is anything like nebraskas' in the big ten..it could be a long year for them
Actually, if Klein gets hurt K-State brings in Daniel Sams who has four td runs out of five carries. He is explosive. Don't know if he can throw, but OMG he can run. Otherwise I pretty much agree except for Okie State. We could beat them.
What was wrong with Nebraska's debut last year. 9 wins? Not bad with the schedule as tough as it was last year and this one. The schedule flips next year to where they play Indiana, Purdue, and Illinois. They will once again be in the top 3 or 4 this year depending on injury to their team or or the other and next year they might win it all. That's pretty good. What about Colorado, A&M or Missouri? They will be the ones with the long years.
Who gives a crap about Nebraska.
Go watch the mask. Imagine you and he have a lot in common.
I think things look very grim in terms of getting a conference win this year. Sagarin has KState at 4, OU at 8, TexTech at 11, Texas at 12, Baylor at 14, WVU at 22, Okla.St. at 23, Iowa State at 24, and TCU at 25. KU is at 100. We get Okla. St., Texas, and Iowa St. at home. Unless Okla. St. is worse than they seem, or Iowa St. isn't very good, we are in pretty serious trouble.
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