The Cousins expected an announcement on the return of Huskers and Big Ten Football, but Kevin Warren failed them again. They discussed the incompetencies in the conference. Then offered their thoughts on a 12 Team Dream Conference. They also debated the conference champions and contenders of the Power 5 conferences. Finally, they picked the games of the week and named their best bet of the week
The Cousins welcome back John Swedlund, contributor at, to give a recruiting update. They chat about Thomas Fidone and the current class, potential commits, additional class needs, scholarship limits & early enrollees, and more.

The cousins discuss the cancellation of fall football, and the way it was handled by the Big Ten. They also discuss the possibility of a spring season.

The Cousins react to the release of the new B1G schedule. They dive into the addition of Michigan St to the Husker schedule; debate the first game vs Rutgers and schedule changes with Wisconsin and Purdue. They discuss players opting out in B1G. They also debate the winners and losers of rescheduling in the B1G. Finally, they discuss the differences between #BigTenUnited vs the PAC12’s #WeAreUnited.

The Cousins discuss the latest 2020 recruit, Nadab Joseph, an elite JUCO DB. They also debate their thoughts for dipping into the JUCO ranks for talent. Finally, they offer their thoughts on what conferences will do with scheduling, what they want to see happen, and how post season should be handled.

The Cousins discuss roster updates with the transfer of JD Spielman to TCU and transfer of Jaiden Francois from the 2020 class. They also debate their Top 5 Best players on offense and defense.

The Cousins discuss the Big Ten’s decision to move to a Conference only schedule in 2020. They also debate some points made by Colin Cowherd regarding Scott Frost on the hot seat and Husker expectations: 7.5 wins, recruiting, and having a “thing”. Finally, they debate whether or not Nebraska should have left for the Big Ten.

The Cousins preview the Husker position groups on offense and defense; play a game of better, same or worse for each unit from last year; then rank all position groups from top to bottom.

The Cousins discuss Bill Moos’ comments on 6 wins and rank Nebraska’s schedule from easiest to hardest. Then they take a look at 2019’s major team statistics and played a game of Over/Under for those stats in 2020.

The Cousins discuss the impact of Noah Vedral transferring. They also reflect upon the Huskers drafted and signed in in the 2020 Draft. Finally, they debate which Husker Seniors could be drafted or signed  in the 2021 NFL Draft.

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