Nebraska’s AD Thinks The Huskers’ Football Schedule Is Unfair
Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports
After wanting the BIG 10 to finally play football for months and months, Nebraska Athletic Director Bill Moos is complaining about his team's schedule being too hard. It looks like this...
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After a trip to Ohio State, Nebraska hosts Wisconsin on Oct. 31. Two weeks later, the Huskers host Penn State. A Nov. 28 trip to Iowa, and Dec. 12 home game against Minnesota round out a pretty brutal eight week slate.
Per Moos (which by the way, the best last name ever)...
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“Lost out on that,” Moos said. “And then you look at when we’re playing who and where is a definite disadvantage to Nebraska. With a young team, opening up, at Columbus, against the No. 2 team in the nation — fans or no fans — is a giant task, especially when it’s the first post-COVID game. First time we’re on a charter aircraft, first time we’re in a hotel, first time everybody on the sidelines has masks on, first time with electronic whistles, everything’s going to be new. I didn’t feel that had to happen. And then we return to play No. 11.”

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“I don’t want to come across as the champion complainer,” Moos said. “I’m going to protect my school and what is fair. I was outspoken on those items. At the end of the day, I was 0-for-3. I wasn’t just going to sit around and listen and get kicked around. I’ll never do that. They knew I wasn’t pleased. But the schedule’s in place, it is what it is, they won’t hear any more out of me. We’re going to strap the chin strap on and go out and win games.”
(The Spun)
Filed Under: NCAA Football
Originally published on TigerDroppings.com

Comments

22 Comments
What did they expect when they poked the angry bear with a sharp stick. Nebraska had to "take one" to enable the Big 10 to play football this year even though the conference brass didn't want too. You knew they were going to take out their wrath on Nebraska for forcing the issue, without them they wouldn't be playing
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Mahootneyup vote0down vote3 In case you missed it chief, Minn went to B1G championship last year. Ohio state and Wisconsin would disagree with that
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The Big 10 schedule is a joke. 8 games is laughable. Any SEC, ACC, or Big 12 team with 9 wins should be ahead of any 8-0 Big 10 team. 8 wins makes you equal. Period.
Reply1 month
“I don’t want to come across as the champion complainer,” Moos said. You failed. Someone give this man a pacifier and blankey.
Reply1 month
Should have never left the big 12.
Reply1 month
I wouldn't include a home game against Minnesota as part of a "brutal eight week slate."
Reply1 month
In case you missed it chief, Minn went to B1G championship last year.
1 month
“Minn went to B1G championship last year.” No they didn’t
1 month
Of course they did, they were THE school on the Big Ten's arse more than anybody, even Ohio St. I mean there were famous alums of other Big Ten schools wanting to kick them out of the conference.
Reply1 month
B1G should be thanking them and not punishing them for helping get the Presidents' heads out of their asses, which you know was quite a feat in libtard country.
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When you suck, any schedule can look unfair
Reply1 month
Gotta be careful what you wish for. It could be worse.
Reply1 month
Those damn mighty gophers.
Reply1 month
excuses already starting. Pathetic.
Reply1 month
Lol brutal slate? Do you even SEC?
Reply1 month
TFH
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Laughs in Arkansas
Reply1 month
Just another example of the libs punishing those who dare disagree....but the party of tolerance and all that.
Reply1 month
Huh
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Good team usually open with easy games. Ohio State is good, so, guess what that says about you 5-7 Huskers, Moos??
Reply1 month
If I ever need some excuses I know who to ask now!
Reply1 month
That is a small portion of an sec schedule. Piss off.
Reply1 month
By far the hardest in the B1G tho. Funny how easy OSU got it compared. The B1G is a joke.
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