Hello plorsters, hope y'all are having a swell summer. The season inches closer and there's nothing more fun than unscientific speculation, so here's a possible gander at the 2018 season: 9/1 Akron - W 35-12 Skers have the typical first-week blunders but build more confidence in one game than the entirety of last season. 9/8 Colorado - W 28-24 Close game with a wild finish and an old-school feel. 9/15 Troy - W 49-7 Solid momentum-building and a resurgence of playing with swagger. 9/22 @Michigan - L 38-24 A well-coached Michigan snuffs out Nebraska's weaknesses. Learning experience for the team, but sticking around til the end reflects the attitude of a Frost-lead team. 9/29 Purdue - W 34-14 Mistakes patched up, cleaner football, fewer turnovers. 10/6 @Wisconsin - L 24-21 Close matchup as usual, but the Badgers are better prepared than a team with first-season leadership. 10/13 @Northwestern - W 31-17 Wildcats hang tight but the Huskers don't break. 10/20 Minnesota - W 42 - 20 Nebraska displays an explosive side. 11/3 @Ohio State - L 31-14 The Bucks are tough to overcome, especially in front of a Columbus crowd. 11/10 Illinois - W 30-13 Yep. 11/17 Michigan State - W 38-21 Mhm. 11/23 @Iowa - W 31-21 Few punishments are worse than losing to Iowa. Huskers pull through. 9-3 is definitely optimistic, but certainly not unfeasible for a Scott Frost staff that retained familiar faces from UCF, making the transition process into a new role at Nebraska relatively smooth for the first season. A bowl win caps a solid 10-win 2018 season, and the bar is raised to promising levels for the program. Thoughts?