After yesterday, do I still need to do this? Well...just to be consistent...
Offensive Line: B Only one sack when the Huskers called 60+ passes?
Running Back: A- Marlon Lucky, over 180 yards of all-purpose yards. Nice output. Would have liked to have seen some more of Quentin Castille, not to mention ANY sign of Roy Helu.
Quarterback: B- After the first half, this would have been an A, but the second half drops this grade. I have to wonder how banged up Joe Ganz was; he was very erratic in the second half.
Wide Receiver: A Some nice catches by everybody on a cold day.
Defensive Line: F The milk carton boys turned up MIA again.
Linebackers: F Well, I saw them chasing some guys at least.
Secondary: F Consistently toasted all day.
Coaching: No Grade Not really necessary to grade them anymore, don't you think?
Overall: D- Could have won this one, but literally threw it away in the second half.
Elsewhere in college football:
Missouri: A+ Number one in the country? In other news, AJ the Huskerh8er warns that if you are going to Hell this week, take your parka along.
Kansas: B Made a game of it late, and still in position for a BCS game.
LSU: D Was Bo Pelini already thinking about dinner at Lo Sole Mio in Omaha?
Buffalo: B- Five wins for the Bulls? Turner Gill has some believers.
West Virginia: A+ No, we haven't forgotten about you...
How disappointed are you in the Colorado game?
Not at all - It eliminated any and all doubt that Nebraska needed a coaching change (77 votes)
I passed out at halftime. Did I miss anything? (15 votes)
Very - Even the Independence Bowl is better than no bowl (136 votes)
Kind Of - It's a trade off; no bowl but we now have a reason to look forward for next year. (50 votes)
278 total votes