Wednesday Flakes Wants To Ask You A Football Question

Wednesday Flakes Wants To Ask You A Football Question

Okay, here is the question. What are you the most worried about looking forward to this upcoming Husker football season?

Is it the backfield? The Line? The coaching changes? Let us know at the bottom along with why you are worried about it.

There has been a long movement over the past few months at 1 Memorial in Lincoln and that brings a lot of questions up. So, what makes your nervous about this upcoming season. You can give a billion things, but we are looking for one. So, pick out your favorite and comment below.

Mankilling Mastodons

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