Nebraska fans may regard the Big 12's shaky future with a degree of sadness, and perhaps a large degree of sadness. It's understandable.
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On Erik Chinander’s side of the ball, perhaps no single player carries the intrigue of inside linebacker Nick Henrich, a redshirt freshman from Omaha Burke.
"I’m tempted to say Alberts stole the show during Big Ten Media Days in Indianapolis,"
he writes on the new Husker athletic director.
Nebraska coach Scott Frost didn't exactly try to diminish intrigue in the 6-foot-3, 190-pound transfer wide receiver from Montana.
Former Husker QB Noah Vedral took advantage of his opportunity to play at Rutgers in 2020, and he saw success in a trying year.
"I think Cam is one of the top corners definitely in the Big Ten, if not the top corner in the Big Ten," says defensive backs coach Travis Fisher.
Kirk Ferentz's viewpoint of Bret Bielema's career path kicks off a notebook that has a Stepp injury update, Toure talk and NU's portal process.
It's safe to say the Huskers are looking forward to the return of the Big Red. Scott Frost went as far to say it was "almost a disadvantage for us."
Make no mistake, every game is important this fall. But the lid-lifter in Champaign feels "even more important than any other year."
Frost said he didn't have anything to do with the process of selecting Alberts, adding that he has already met with his new boss "four times."