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He's being recruited as a wide receiver.
It's my understanding that they have to be enrolled at a school before they can use the one-time transfer.
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That’s probably the position I’m least worried about. Regardless of when they gain a commitment from one.
I’m thinking it’s pretty close between the two of them. I might give the slight edge to Smothers though.
Tuioti has talked about how Ty has the ability to do both.
There’s definitely a lot of talent in the room and that might scare some away. That’s why I think we’ll see Nebraska take a slower approach to QB...
1. At least adequate and trending up.
2. adequate and trending up
I think it would be wise to hold off from doing that until they put together a good season on the field.
I will lean with Ty right now.
Will still go with the field, but (like I said last week) that doesn't mean that there's no chance with Costelli.
Yep, don't forget the Diet Mt. Dew!
No groundbreaking tips, but I did get the sense that Nebraska is right at the top of the list. I really like where the Huskers sit with him right...
I hope so on both accounts. For one, it’s the best game ever made. Second, is Martinez is on the cover it means Nebraska/Martinez has a hell...
I’m partial to Ola since I helped recruit him to NU.
Last year’s class was the fastest I’ve seen NU sign in a long time. I think the 2020 skill guys are even a notch faster as a whole, but what...
I wouldn’t want to hurt anyone, but I would definitely be tempted to throw at their backside.
Good question, I haven’t had to think about that just yet but I’m sure I will soon as my oldest daughter just turned 6 over the weekend.
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