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2011 Oct 16

NEBRASKA FOOTBALL: Knee-Jerk Reactions – Bye Week


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By Brandon Cavanaugh

- The original defensive game plan thrown at Wisconsin may work well against Michigan. Robinson’s a great runner, but is an incredibly inaccurate passer.

- Michigan State’s going to be a tough bunch to beat. Kirk Cousins and Edwin Baker are a cut above what Ohio State brought to town

- Still not sure if Penn State’s home-field simply doesn’t offer that big of an advantage or if fans have been that apathetic this season.

- Without running back Mike Trumpy, it’s hard to think that Northwestern has the talent necessary to outlast the Cornhuskers.

- Did the outcome of yesterday’s slate of games seem just plain weird to anyone else?

- Florida and Auburn should both be ashamed of yesterday's display.

- Who had Kansas State sitting at 6-0 halfway through the season in their pool?

- Usually bye weeks are somewhat refreshing, but this one felt odd. Oh well, back to action as Nebraska takes on a Golden Gopher squad in a game that provides three levels of entertainment: The game, the final score, Jerry Kill’s post-game quotes.

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Tags: michigan, michigan state, minnesota, jerry kill, kansas state, florida, auburn, edwin baker, denard robinson, penn state, mike trumpy, northwestern

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