This week, the Cousins preview the Husker season with some Over/Unders on Offensive and Defensive categories along with team leaders in some key stats. They also discuss Offensive and Defensive MVPs. Finally, they go through their biggest newcomers on both sides of the ball.
This week, the Cousins debate Bill Moos' season expectations for the Huskers. They counter with their own expectations on the season, and discuss content vs. successful expectations. They also offer a reason why the Huskers can and cannot win the Big Ten. Finally, they give shoutouts to those who made the award watchlists.
This week the Cousins discuss the release of the summer magazines and the hype they are creating for the Huskers. They also debate how many one possession games Nebraska will be involved in this season. Last Call gets a little hairy as Justin gets a little fired up (caution not safe for work or for children - Language).
John Swedlund joins the Cousins to discuss the resignation and career of Darin Erstad, and possible replacements. They also debate the recent Mo Washington drug paraphernalia citation; The arrival of RB Dedrick Mills to campus; and the transfer of redshirt freshman CJ Smith. They also talk about Nebraska's announced televised kickoff times. And finally, Fox 11 AM game of the week decision.
The Cousins welcome back Adam McClintock (@cfb_professor) to discuss his updated analytical model and projections for the 2019 college football season. He also projects what is in store for the Huskers this year. We also discuss the addition of the new grad transfer Cal WR Kanawai Noa.
This week The Cousins tackle the 2019 Huskers defense. We offer our 2 deep on the defensive depth chart. We debate expectations for the Husker defense in rush/pass/total/scoring/turnover defense. We also address Nebraska's lack of NFL draftees.
The Cousins update their 2019 offensive depth chart now that spring camp is over. They also talk expectations from this Husker offense to see if they are better or worse in the running game and passing game than last year. They also discuss the new NCAA rules and debate the new OT rules.