For weeks, we said it, the only wobbly table leg Nebraska football had left to stand on. Maybe we said it to feel better while Rome burned. Maybe said it to be polite. Hell, maybe said to comfort ourselves in the wake of the dumpster fire raging like sin all around us:
Well, we sighed, at least the Cornhuskers didn’t quit.
Nebraska just quit, Mike Riley.
It’s time for you to do the same.
It looks like this team has quit on this staff. #gameover
— Tommie Frazier (@TouchdownTommie) November 11, 2017
Minnesota, which nobody would confuse with a great team, has 30 points and more than 300 yards at halftime against Nebraska. Hope Bob Diaco rented instead of bought in Lincoln.
— Pat Forde (@YahooForde) November 11, 2017
Minnesota 54, Oregon State East 21.
There is no path to redemption now.
Not this month. Not ever.
Penn State in Happy Valley? Iowa — the same Iowa bunch that made Urban Meyer look like Rich Kotite — at home?
Nebraska (4-6, 3-4 Big Ten) hasn’t lost eight games in a season since 1957. The Big Red look as if they’re on a collision course now — and the impact isn’t going to be pretty.
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