Other Big 12 Teams
- Nebraska offensive coordinator Danny Langsdorf
- Randy Gregory to enter draft
- What a crazy year for Nebraska Football
- Nebraska and Miami battle it out in Lincoln
- Nebraska rolls past Florida Atlantic
- Three Nebraska Football night games announced
- Statement from athletic director and my quick thoughts
- UCLA embarrasses Nebraska 41-21
- Nebraska survives 37-34 against Wyoming
- I’m ready for some football!
- Thoughts heading into the 2013 season
- It’s Nebraska vs Wisconsin in the Big 10 Championship
- Thoughts on the Huskers season so far
- Big10 releases schedules for 2015 and 2016
- Aaron Green set to transfer from Nebraska
Running back Aaron Green has decided to transfer from the University of Nebraska and all signs point to him attending a school in his home state of Texas. Green carried the ball 24 times for 105 yards as a true freshman in 2011. Green was wanting more carries and you can’t blame him but sometimes you gotta be patient and wait your turn especially as a freshman.
Schools that Green may be transferring to based on reports would be Houston, Baylor, Texas Tech, TCU and Texas A&M. You can’t fault the kid for wanting to play closer to home and we wish him well in the future.
Aaron’s older brother Andrew is still part of the Nebraska team and will be getting quite a bit of action in the secondary for the blackshirts.
The depth chart would now look like this at the running back position: Rex Burkhead, Ammer Abdullah, Mike Marrow.
Three game times have been announced for conference games this up coming season as the Big10 announced their prime time schedule. Nebraska will be playing three games that will be either shows on ABC or ESPN in prime time.
The Cornhuskers will face off against Wisconsin Sep 29th in Lincoln and then again Oct 26th against the visiting Michigan Wolverines. The night game on the road will be played in Columbus, Ohio against the Ohio State Buckeyes.
Getting Wisconsin and Michigan at night will be a big advantage to that Huskers. The home crowed is always more into the game after tailgating all day and it also gives the coaches more time to get recruits in for a long weekend. Expect Sep 29th and Oct 26th to be the biggest recruiting weekends for the upcoming season.
Basically it times to to put up or shut up with these games. It’s time to show the Big10 what Nebraska is about and it starts by beating teams at home under the lights.