How much of your focus will be on Taylor Martinez and his new throwing motion versus that of all the other players on the team?
Welcome to the fifth annual "For What Will We Cheer" poll for the Nebraska Spring Game. This is where Corn Nation tries to determine what Husker fans are looking forward to seeing in Saturday's Red-White Spring Game.
In 2011, Husker fans wanted to see Taylor Martinez back to playmaking speed, obviously remembering the Martinez who exploded early in the 2010 season, becoming a Heisman prospect in process.
Two years ago, Husker fans were hungry for a quarterback - ANY quarterback - after having gone through the 2009 season with a championship-level defense and one of the most anemic offenses in the nation.
In 2009, fans were still worried about the defense. The defense had made a significant jump during Bo Pelini's first season and Husker fans wanted more.
And in 2008? Not hard to guess on that one. Husker fans were just pleased that Pelini was our new head coach.
This year's poll is after the jump.
This year's poll has been built from suggestions from the entire CN team. There were also some suggestions that didn't make the cut:
I want to see ten to fifteen year retrospective to see how many kids followed through with the halftime drug free pledge.
Rex Burkhead waves his hands and turns the field turf blue.
Mauro Bondi is allowed to play without a helmet so we can drink in the wonder of his blond Pauly D'ish ‘do.
Taylor Martinez throws a 15+ yards pass without wrenching his upper torso backwards at a 45 degree angle before release.
For What Will We Cheer The Loudest At the 2012 Nebraska Spring Game?
Martinez throwing a 20 or 30 yard pass and hitting a receiver in stride, then Mo Seisay makes an incredible leap to deflect the ball away at the last moment. (138 votes)
Our centers don’t get abused. (36 votes)
An explosive long run from running backs Ameer Abdullah or Aaron Green (154 votes)
Husker wide receivers not dropping any passes, including a nasty block from Quincy Enunwa and signs of progress from Jamal Turner (247 votes)
David Santos raising eyebrows as he flies to the ball for 2 or 3 losses of yardage. (65 votes)
640 total votes