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Nebraska Football: How & Who To Watch At The 2015 Army All-American Game

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The Huskers don't have quantity at this game today, but the quality is definitely there. Check out who is playing with Nebraska aspirations.

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The 2016 Army All-American Game is kicking off at noon on this Saturday afternoon. Your Nebraska Cornhuskers have one commitment and one favored target playing in the game.

Why do they play this game? Simple, it's not only a way to finish off the recruiting season, but it's your first look at the new stars of College Football across the nation. If you have a hard time accepting that, come Monday night, the season is over when Larry Culpepper gives the winner of Alabama/Clemson the National Championship trophy, this will help.

You can check out the roster here of who is on the East or West team. Here are the Nebraska interests:

Matt Farniok: He will be wearing #71 for the East squad. He's Nebraska's biggest target throughout the '16 cycle, and has a final 3 of Nebraska, Michigan State and Iowa. He has visited Nebraska numerous times, but does have Official Visits to both Michigan State and Iowa set up the next couple weeks. He will decide before National Signing Day.

John Raridon: He will be wearing #72 for the West squad. He is the #1 guard in the entire 247 '16 cycle, as well as the #1 player out of the state of Iowa. He committed to Nebraska back on September 28th.

What: 2016 United States Army All-American Game

Where: The Alamodome, San Antonio, Texas

Time: Saturday at Noon Central

Channel: Your local NBC Station

Streaming: You can watch the game on NBC Sports Live Extra either on your computer or mobile device.

Who is committing during the game: There are five scheduled verbals that will come during the game. Those are:

Dylan Crawford---1st Quarter

Ross Blacklock---2nd Quarter

Donnie Corley---early 3rd Quarter

Javon McKinley---early 4th Quarter

Isaac Nauta---4th Quarter

Here are your uniforms, thanks to Adidas.