Nebraska Football 2022 Schedule & Very Early Predictions
Nebraska football’s 2022 schedule will give the Cornhuskers the opportunity to prove they can turn close-knit losses into wins next season.
Scott Frost has avoided shooting this season despite showing only marginal improvement, if that, as his team went 3-9.
The best that can be said about football in Nebraska in 2021 is that it was competitive. They may have lost nine matches but they were mostly tough fights. Eight of Nebraska’s losses this year have been eight points or less. They had a point difference of 0 in the Big Ten games this year. They had bad luck and didn’t know how to close the games.
There is something to be said to show the fight. However, Frost can’t go back to “We Tried” any longer. The 2022 season is do or die.
Nebraska football schedule predictions for 2022
August 27 – vs Northwestern (in Ireland) – win
Sept 3 – vs. North Dakota – win
Sept 10 – vs South Georgia – win
Sept 17 – vs Oklahoma – Loss
September 24 – at Rutgers – win
October 1 – vs Indiana – win
October 15 – in Michigan – Los
October 22 – opposite Minnesota – Los
November 5 – in Wisconsin – Los
November 12 – against Bordeaux – loss
November 19 – vs Illinois – LOSS
November 25 – in Iowa – LOSS
2022 Nebraska Standard Prediction: 5-7
It all starts in Ireland with an overseas conference confrontation against Northwestern.
Realistically, the Cornhuskers are set for a strong start to the season. The Wildcats are coming off a terrible season and could still be weak at that early meeting although the venue could make it anyone’s game. You should follow victories against North Dakota, South Georgia, Rutgers, and Indiana. The match against Oklahoma is a potential first-round loss.
Frost’s problem may come in the second half of the season when the schedule becomes more difficult.
Nebraska could They beat Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Purdue, Illinois and Iowa this season but couldn’t get over the hump. If they take a step forward, these toys can swing the mummies’ way. They could easily go 3-3 in that stretch and go to the ball game. They might all lose them again and end up in a six-game losing streak and miss a ball game for another year.
Until Frost proves his team can climb that mountain, doubt shall rule.
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