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Taking A Look At Nebraska’s 2019 Football Schedule

first_imgNebraska's players take the field.LINCOLN, NE – SEPTEMBER 08: Head coach Scott Frost of the Nebraska Cornhuskers leads the team on the field before the game against the Colorado Buffaloes at Memorial Stadium on September 8, 2018 in Lincoln, Nebraska. (Photo by Steven Branscombe/Getty Images)There will be some pressure on Nebraska football this year. In year two under Scott Frost, no one expects the Huskers to go to the College Football Playoff, but fans will want to see a major leap from the 4-8 2018 season.The non-conference slate should help the Huskers out after a tough stretch early last season. The Big Ten won’t be easy sledding for anyone though, especially as the entire West Division improves.Let’s take an early look at Nebraska football’s 2019 schedule:The Huskers open with its three non-conference games. South Alabama and Northern Illinois home games sit on either end of a trip to Colorado.Nebraska lost a heartbreaker to the Buffaloes last year. They’ll want payback against their former Big 12 rival.Fundamentals. #GBR pic.twitter.com/HaWQ6Gmwyi— Nebraska Football (@HuskerFBNation) March 25, 2019Nebraska opens with seven straight games before their first bye on October 19.Aug 31: vs. South Alabama Sept. 7: at Colorado Sept. 14: vs. Northern Illinois Sept. 21: at Illinois Sept. 28: vs. Ohio State Oct. 5: vs. Northwestern Oct. 12: at Minnesota Oct. 26: vs. Indiana Nov. 2: at Purdue Nov. 16: vs. Wisconsin Nov. 23: at Maryland Nov. 29: vs. IowaNebraska’s two byes are pretty close together, which probably isn’t ideal. The second comes on Nov. 9, between the trip to Purdue, and home game vs. Wisconsin.last_img

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