Nebraska football coach remains an attractive job; Tanner Lee impressed by WR Tyjon Lindsey

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An attractive position

There’s been plenty of discussion about whether or not Nebraska remains an attractive job for potential coaches if coach Mike Riley is not retained.’s Barton Simmons thinks so, and he makes the case for why others like Scott Frost and Chip Kelly might agree.

Tyjon Lindsey impresses

Nebraska quarterback Tanner Lee is impressed by freshman wide receiver Tyjon Lindsey. And when asked, offensive coordinator Danny Langsdorf can’t help by agree.

A California offer

Nebraska has offered 2019 cornerback Cameron Stephens from Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., and he “was very excited” about it. Land of 10’s Chris Bumbaca shared more on the offer, and caught up on a couple of Nebraska basketball signees.

Crunching the numbers

What would it cost to fire Riley? We crunched the numbers in the latest Land of 10 Nebraska mailbag, and it wouldn’t be cheap. Especially since Nebraska is still paying Bo Pellini.

Things to do

Heading to Minneapolis for the Huskers matchup with the Minnesota Golden Gophers? The Minnesotans for Nebraska group is hosting plenty for Huskers fans to be a part of this weekend. You won’t want to miss any of it.

So close

Nebraska wide receiver JD Spielman is chasing the record books. Will he get those 105 yards before the end of the season? Seems more than likely.

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