@BojiHusker: Nothing new on the injury front that I know of. I will be surprised if Brandon Reilly returns this week. Last I heard, he's shooting for the Oct. 1 Illinois game in Lincoln.
@Nish500: I don't think Nebraska is different than most fan bases in that regard. Quarterback is a tough gig in most any high-profile program.
@Pipeline: This week will mark the fourth game of his four-game suspension.
@Pipeline: I know the series to which you refer. Tommy Armstrong ran the ball to the right on first down, picking up a yard. He then threw two straight incomplete passes. It's very possible that second-and-9 led to the play-calls. If you look, Langsdorf went right back to Ozigbo on the next series.
@Tim: I think Riley and his staff are doing an excellent job of conveying the "move-on" message. It was clear during the Monday news conference that players are being told to move forward quickly. In fact, Mark Banker, right after Saturday's game, was talking about it. In our preseason edition, I picked Northwestern to win this game. But that was before the Wildcats' two losses to begin the season. I really like Nebraska's chances to win.
@SiliconValleyHusker: I was somewhat startled by Oregon's lack of discipline.
@Pipeline: I definitely think Nebraska should be concerned any time anyone runs for 336 yards and averages 7.1 per carry -- especially considering the absence of Royce Freeman for all but a couple series.
@Pipeline: BC has been hitting the gym pretty hard lately. I've been hitting Carlos O'Kelly's pretty hard. So, you figure it out. ;)