Nebraska Cornhuskers 2020 Win Total - College Football Pick and Prediction
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Breaking Down the Nebraska Cornhuskers Win Total
2020 College Football Season
Nebraska Cornhuskers: 6.5 Wins -- Title Odds +12500 Click Here for the Latest Odds
The Nebraska Cornhuskers have high expectations every year but it seems they don’t live up to the expectations. At some point there is going to be fingers posted at Scott Frost, which makes the 2020 season even more important. Check back all season long for free picks on every single college football game at PickDawgz.
The Nebraska Cornhuskers won three of their first four games to start the 2019 season, and it looked like the Cornhuskers were well onto a successful season. Ohio State rolled into town, Nebraska was embarrassed, and it all went downhill from there. They lost five of the next six games, with the only win coming by three points over a terrible Northwestern team. The Cornhuskers finished the season with a 5-7 record.
The Cornhuskers have made some changes to the coaching staff bringing in Matt Lubick to be the offensive coordinator. Adrian Martinez is going to have a battle on his hand to keep the starting job with Luke McCaffrey also trying to get the job. Out wide JD Spielman has taken a person leave which leaves the wide receivers in a tough spot.
On defense, the Cornhuskers are switching to a 3-4 defense, and although they have playmakers there has to be some questions about how long the adjustment period will take, especially without any spring ball.
2020 Nebraska Cornhuskers Football Schedule
Sept. 5 Purdue
Sept. 12 Central Michigan
Sept. 19 South Dakota State
Sept. 26 Cincinnati
Oct. 3 at Northwestern
Oct. 10 Illinois
Oct. 17 OPEN DATE
Oct. 24 at Rutgers
Oct. 31 at Ohio State
Nov. 7 Penn State
Nov. 14 at Iowa
Nov. 21 at Wisconsin
Nov. 27 Minnesota
Pick: Taking a look at the non-conference schedule, Cincinnati is the big test there, but that game is at home. The Cornhuskers will have to play Ohio State, Penn State, Wisconsin, and Minnesota, all are going to be tough battles, but playing Minnesota and Penn state at home should help.
It’s going to be a tough schedule, but this total is too low. Look for the Cornhuskers to finish with eight wins, and that will be enough to go over the posted total.