@ATLHusker: I don't think anything is set at this point.
@ATLHusker: I do believe Farmer will win that job this month.
@PatInPA: Bush looks good. But I don't see him cracking the top three.
@pete: I been reading newspaper accounts, but haven't watched.
@Justin: If nobody separates from the pack, a committee works OK.
@Steven M. Sipple: Right now, I'd be surprised if any of the backs separates from the pack.
@NewportRed: I really don't think it serves any purpose to speculate about anybody's job status at this point.
@Robin: The speed with which players are operating. You don't see hesitation. The importance of experience in the system shouldn't be underestimated.
I@Justin: I like the Newby/Ozigbo combination. It's a good change-up. If you really pressed me, I would say Newby had the best spring. Hit holes hard. Showed his speed and quickness. Good all-around back. Great attitude.
@Robin: I don't envision him cracking the top three (Newby, Ozigbo, Wilbon).
@JImNE: Let's put it this way: If Nebraska had finished in the middle of the pack of the Big Ten, Miles would've received an extension. I think the lack of extension indicates what we all know: Miles has some heat on him. Shouldn't he have some heat on him?
@SiliconValleyHusker: I did watch Ledecky swim. She's a force.
@Braden: Yes, all signs point to Patrick O'Brien redshirting. Both Mike Riley and Danny Langsdorf have said that is their preference.
@Robin: I'll go with a football player. I agree with Jim Harbaugh. The best football players in college and the NFL are the best athletes in the world. A wrestler would rank second on my list.
@ATLHusker: It's awfully early in camp. The offense and defense haven't even squared off yet. But I think the interior line will be fine, and maybe much better than fine. I think Stoltenberg's strong return from his knee injury will really solidify the interior. I'm much more guarded when it comes to optimism about the defensive ends. Lots of work to do there.
@Fli7: As a running back aficionado, I do regard that with a bit of sadness. I'm also mildly surprised. I think Nebraska has a decent stable of backs, one that could crack a top 50.
@Brands: If Nebraska's veteran receivers stay healthy, I'm betting Grim will redshirt. But it could be a close call.
@Justin: If Pierson-El remains as healthy as he looks, he'll return punts. I'm guessing you'll see Brandon Reilly return kickoffs. Stanley Morgan is another leading candidate. He returned 14 kickoffs last season and averaged 23.1 yards. Not bad.
@ChillBill: Nebraska has plenty of depth in the back seven, and decent speed. As I stated previously, I think the interior D-line could be strong. Not sure about the end positions. That's an area Oregon could exploit.
@JImNE: I think even Mike Riley would agree that Nebraska underachieved to a large degree last season in terms of overall record.
@ChillBill: Can't surrender so many big plays and need to win turnover battle a much greater share of time.
@NewportRed: I would have a hard time picking against Crawford and Burroughs.