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2010 Nebraska Cornhuskers football
Conference Big 12 Conference North
2010 record 0-0 (0-0 Big 12)
Head coach Bo Pelini
Offensive coordinator Shawn Watson
Offensive scheme Spread
Defensive coordinator Carl Pelini
Base defense Match Read Zone

Home stadium

Memorial Stadium
Seasons
« 2009
2010 Big 12 football standings
     Conf       Overall
Team W   L     W   L
North
Colorado 0 0     0 0
Iowa State 0 0     0 0
Kansas 0 0     0 0
Kansas State 0 0     0 0
Missouri 0 0     0 0
Nebraska 0 0     0 0
South
Baylor 0 0     0 0
Oklahoma 0 0     0 0
Oklahoma State 0 0     0 0
Texas 0 0     0 0
Texas A&M 0 0     0 0
Texas Tech 0 0     0 0
Championship: 2010 Big 12 Championship Game
December 4, 2010
  • d - Division champion.
    As of November 29, 2010 • Rankings from AP Poll

The 2010 Nebraska Cornhuskers football team will be the representative of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in the 2010 NCAA Division I FBS football season. The Cornhuskers will play their home games at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln, Nebraska.

Contents

Before the season

The 2010 Cornhuskers will take the field on Saturday, September 4, 2010 against the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers. The Cornhuskers suffered a handful of key personnel losses to graduation after 2009, especially Heisman-candidate DT Ndamukong Suh. The Nebraska coaching staff is set to remain intact for the third straight year since the return of Bo Pelini to the program.

Schedule

Date Time Opponent# Rank# Site TV Result Attendance
September 4* TBA Western Kentucky Memorial StadiumLincoln, Nebraska     -
September 11* TBA Idaho Memorial Stadium • Lincoln, Nebraska     -
September 18* TBA at Washington Husky StadiumSeattle, Washington     -
September 25* TBA South Dakota State Memorial Stadium • Lincoln, Nebraska     -
October 7 TBA at Kansas State Bill Snyder Family Football StadiumManhattan, Kansas ESPN     -
October 16 TBA Texas Memorial Stadium • Lincoln, Nebraska     -
October 23 TBA at Oklahoma State Boone Pickens StadiumStillwater, Oklahoma     -
October 30 TBA Missouri Memorial Stadium • Lincoln, Nebraska     -
November 6 TBA at Iowa State Jack Trice StadiumAmes, Iowa     -
November 13 TBA Kansas Memorial Stadium • Lincoln, Nebraska     -
November 20 TBA at Texas A&M Kyle FieldCollege Station, Texas     -
November 27 TBA Colorado Memorial Stadium • Lincoln, Nebraska     -
*Non-Conference Game. Homecoming. #Rankings from Coaches' Poll released prior to game. All times are in Central Time.

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Roster

The anticipated 2010 roster is based on the 2009 roster and verbal commitments to date.

Allen, Pierre #95 (Sr.) DE
Amukamara, Prince #21 (Sr.) CB
Anderson, Kenny #70 (So.) DE
Ankrah, Jason #9 (RFr.) DE
Ash, Nick #70 (RFr.) OL
Ashburn, Walker (Fr.) DE
Barrett, Cruz #66 (Sr.) OL
Barry, Robert #91 (RFr.) TE
Bart, Josh (Fr.) CB
Bell, Antonio #2 (So.) WR
Bell, Kenny (Fr.) WR
Blatchford, Justin #39 (So.) CB
Blue, Anthony #14 (Jr.) CB
Broekemeier, Joe #9 (Sr.) WR
Burkhead, Rex #22 (So.) RB
Camarata, Joseph #22 (So.) LB
Caputo, Mike #58 (Jr.) OL
Carnes, Brion (Fr.) QB
Cassidy, Austin #8 (Jr.) S
Chapek, Brandon #51 (RFr.) OL
Choi, Seung Hoon #77 (So.) OL
Clark, Tyson #42 (RFr.) WR
Coffey, Jesse #71 (RFr.) OL
Compton, Will #51 (So.) LB
Cooper, Corey (Fr.) DB
Cooper, Khiry #1 (So.) WR
Cotton, Ben #81 (So.) TE
Cotton, Jake (Fr.) DL
Crick, Jared #94 (Jr.) DT
Daake, Tyler #95 (RFr.) P/PK
Damkroger, Jon #27 (Jr.) P/PK
Dann, Jason (Fr.) PK
David, Lavonte (Jr.) LB
Dean, Jase #31 (So.) CB
Dennard, Alfonzo #15 (Jr.) CB
Dixon, Taylor #87 (So.) WR
Ebke, Jim #32 (Jr.) S
Enunwa, Quincy (Fr.) WR
Evans, Ciante (Fr.) DB
Evans, Tyler (Fr.) WR
Fahie, Tyrone #92 (Sr.) DE
Failla, Nick #35 (RFr.) WR
Felici, Joey (Fr.) CB
Fisher, Sean #42 (So.) LB
Foster, Derek (Fr.) CB
Gdowski, Andy (Fr.) DE
Gilleylen, Curenski #11 (Jr.) WR
Glassman, Dan #91 (Sr.) DE
Gomes, Dejon #7 (Sr.) CB
Green, Andrew #11 (RFr.) DB
Green, Cody #17 (So.) QB
Grove, Thomas #41 (Sr.) LB
Guy, Jay #99 (Fr.) DT
Hagg, Eric #28 (Sr.) S

 

Hardrick, Jermarcus #50 (Jr.) OL
Harper, Chase (So.) TE
Hays, Mike #30 (Jr.) FB
Heard, Braylon (Fr.) RB
Helu Jr., Roy #10 (Sr.) IB
Henery, Alex #90 (Sr.) PK
Henry, Ricky #74 (Sr.) OL
Henry, Will #8 (Sr.) WR
Hill, Ryan #80 (Jr.) TE
Holt, Matt #35 (Jr.) LB
Hron, Mitch #57 (RFr.) LB
Hughes, Keegan (Fr.) WR
Hyland, KC #85 (So.) WR
Jackson, Harvey (Fr.) DB
Jackson, Justin #58 (So.) DL
Jameson, Seth #29 (RFr.) S
Jones, Austin #28 (Jr.) IB
Jones, D.J. #73 (Sr.) OL
Jones, Dwight #52 (RFr.) OL
Jones, Marcel #78 (Jr.) OL
Kanne, Colin #78 (RFr.) DL
Kellogg Jr., Ron #12 (RFr.) QB
Kerr, J.T. #89 (RFr.) TE
Kildow, Ty #4 (RFr.) WR
Kinnie, Brandon #84 (Jr.) WR
Klingelhoefer, Faron #85 (So.) DT
Kreikemeier, Micah #44 (So.) LB
Kunalic, Adi #1 (Sr.) PK
Lee, Zac #5 (Sr.) QB
Legate, Tyler #48 (Jr.) FB
Lewis, Tyrone #37 (RFr.) LB
Lingenfelter, Luke #75 (Jr.) OL
Long, Jake #41 (RFr.) TE
Long, Spencer #81 (RFr.) DE
Maher, Brett #96 (So.) P/PK
Mangieri, P.J. #92 (So.) LS
Manninger, Matt #49 (So.) LB
Marlowe, Tim #26 (So.) WR
Marsh, Bronson (Fr.) ATH
Martin, Ben #63 (Sr.) DT
Martin, Eric #46 (So.) LB
Martin, Jay #88 (Jr.) TE
Martinez, Taylor #3 (RFr.) QB
May, Mathew #36 (Jr.) LB
McClure, Mychael #86 (So.) TE
McDermott, Colin #65 (So.) DE
McDermott, Conor #66 (So.) DE
McGill, Tyson (Fr.) LB
McNeill, Mike #44 (Sr.) TE
Meginnis, Sam #67 (So.) LS
Mendoza, Marcus #32 (Jr.) WR
Meredith, Cameron #34 (So.) DE
Middleton, Lazarri #2 (RFr.) DB
Mitchell, Josh (Fr.) DB

 

Molek, Josh #68 (So.) DT
Moore, J.C. (Fr.) DE
Moore, Terrence #90 (Jr.) DT
Moravec, Brent #43 (So.) S
Moudy, Mike (Fr.) OL
Nickens, Brodrick #69 (RFr.) OL
Okafor, Collins #29 (So.) IB
Okuyemi, Tobi (Fr.) DE
Osborne, Courtney #12 (So.) S
Osborne, Steven #21 (So.) WR
Paul, Niles #24 (Sr.) WR
Paulsen, Devin #56 (RFr.) LB
Pelini, Mark (Fr.) OL
Pensick, Cole #62 (RFr.) DL
Qvale, Brent #76 (RFr.) OL
Randle, Thaddeus #53 (RFr.) DL
Reed, Kyler #25 (So.) TE
Richards, Wil #19 (RFr.) DB
Roach, Trevor (Fr.) LB
Robinson, Dontrayevous #27 (So.) RB
Rodriguez, Andrew (Fr.) OL
Rome, Chase #97 (Fr.) DL
Schrodt, Dillon (Fr.) WR
Sirles, Jeremiah #57 (RFr.) OL
Smith, Mike #65 (Sr.) OL
Smith, P.J. #13 (So.) S
Spano, Kody #7 (So.) QB
Starkebaum, Colby #59 (RFr.) LB
Steinkuhler, Baker #55 (So.) DT
Stoddard, Graham #38 (So.) LB
Taylor, Zach (Fr.) IB
Thenarse, Rickey #3 (Sr.) S
Thompson, Brandon #79 (So.) OL
Thomsen, Kevin #37 (Jr.) FB
Thorell, Lance #23 (Jr.) CB
Thorson, Brian #59 (So.) OL
Uher, Jeff (Fr.) DL
Vestal, Donovan (Fr.) DE
Wade, Yusef (Fr.) CB
Wallace, Jeremy #34 (So.) RB
Ward, Lester #14 (So.) IB
Washington, Dijon #10 (RFr.) DB
Washington, Latravis #15 (Sr.) QB
Watson, Adam #16 (Sr.) WR
Wells, Brett #47 (RFr.) TE
West, Anthony #5 (Sr.) CB
Whaley, Alonzo #45 (So.) LB
Williams, Austin (Fr.) CB
Williams, Josh #98 (So.) DE
Williams, Keith #68 (Sr.) OL
Wullenwaber, Tyler (Fr.) WR
Young, Dreu #49 (Sr.) TE
Zimmerer, C.J. #31 (RFr.) RB

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Coaching staff

Name Title First year
in this position
Years at Nebraska Alma Mater
Bo Pelini Head Coach 2008 2003, 2008- Ohio State
Carl Pelini Defensive Coordinator
Defensive Line
2008 2003, 2008- Youngstown State
Shawn Watson Offensive Coordinator
Quarterbacks
2007 2006- Southern Illinois
Tim Beck Running Backs 2008 2008- Central Florida
Ron Brown Tight Ends 2008 1987–2003, 2008- Brown
Barney Cotton Associate Head Coach
Offensive Line
2008 2003, 2008- Nebraska
Mike Ekeler Linebackers 2008 2008- Kansas State
Ted Gilmore Assistant Head Coach
Receivers
Recruiting Coordinator
2008 2005- Wyoming
John Papuchis Defensive Ends 2008 2008- Virginia Tech
Marvin Sanders Secondary 2008 2003, 2008- Nebraska
Jeff Jamrog Assistant AD for Football 2008 1988–1989, 2000–2003, 2008- Nebraska
James Dobson Strength and Conditioning 2008 2008- Wisconsin
Curt Baldus Graduate Assistant 2008 2006, 2008- St. Cloud State
Ross Watson Graduate Assistant 2008 2008- Mount Union

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Game notes

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Western Kentucky

Western Kentucky at Nebraska
1 2 3 4 Total
Western Kentucky 0
Nebraska 0

This will be the first meeting between the Huskers and the Hilltoppers.

Idaho

Idaho at Nebraska
1 2 3 4 Total
Idaho 0
Nebraska 0
  • Date: September 11
  • Location: Memorial Stadium, Lincoln, NE

This will be the first meeting between the Huskers and the Vandals.

Washington

Nebraska at Washington
1 2 3 4 Total
Nebraska 0
Washington 0

This will be the 8th time these teams have met for non-conference play, with the series currently tied at 3-3-1. Nebraska owns the overall scoring edge at 146-109, and also the last victory, a 55-7 triumph in front of a sold-out home stadium crowd in 1998.

South Dakota State

South Dakota State at Nebraska
1 2 3 4 Total
South Dakota State 0
Nebraska 0
  • Date: September 25
  • Location: Memorial Stadium, Lincoln, NE

This will be only the second time South Dakota State has faced Nebraska. The previous meeting, also in Lincoln, was played long ago on September 21, 1963, just two months before President John F. Kennedy was assassinated. In that contest, Bob Devaney's Cornhuskers sent South Dakota State home with a 58-7 loss.

Kansas State

Nebraska at Kansas State
1 2 3 4 Total
Nebraska 0
Kansas State 0

The series history between these programs stands at 77-15-2 in Nebraska's favor. This will be the 95th meeting for these teams. The 2009 contest, a Nebraska victory, decided the league's northern division title.

Texas

Texas at Nebraska
1 2 3 4 Total
Texas 0
Nebraska 0
  • Date: October 16
  • Location: Memorial Stadium, Lincoln, NE

These teams come head-to-head for the 14th time in what has frequently been a contentious - if still respectful - clash of conference foes whose games often carry title implications, and often at the expense of the Cornhuskers. 2009 was no exception, as Texas defeated Nebraska in the league championship game with one controversial second remaining. Texas owns the series to date, leading Nebraska 9-4.

Oklahoma State

Nebraska at Oklahoma State
1 2 3 4 Total
Nebraska 0
Oklahoma State 0

The Cornhuskers will travel to Stillwater to face the Oklahoma State Cowboys for the 44th time, owning a very comfortable series lead of 36-5-1.

Missouri

Missouri at Nebraska
1 2 3 4 Total
Missouri 0
Nebraska 0
  • Date: October 30
  • Location: Memorial Stadium, Lincoln, NE

Missouri will arrive in Lincoln to take on Nebraska for the 104th contest between the schools since 1892, trying to make progress to catch up to Nebraska in the series, as the Tigers trail behind the Cornhuskers 36-64-3 all-time.

Iowa State

Nebraska at Iowa State
1 2 3 4 Total
Nebraska 0
Iowa State 0

Second-year Iowa State Head Coach Paul Rhoads will host Nebraska in Ames for the first time, as the squads come together for their 105th contest. Iowa State has much ground to make up if they wish to take back the series lead, which stands in Nebraska's favor at 17-85-2, and the Cornhuskers will be looking to pay back the painful 7-9 home field upset loss handed them by ISU in 2009.

Kansas

Kansas at Nebraska
1 2 3 4 Total
Kansas 0
Nebraska 0
  • Date: November 13
  • Location: Memorial Stadium, Lincoln, NE

Kansas travels to Lincoln to continue one of the longest-running series in all of college football, as this game marks the 117th time the teams have come together to settle things on the field. Nebraska still owns the series lead 90-23-3, and the Jayhawks will be playing under a new head coach.

Texas A&M

Nebraska at Texas A&M
1 2 3 4 Total
Nebraska 0
Texas A&M 0

Nebraska faces the Aggies for the 15th time, as the Cornhuskers arrive in College Station to defend their series lead, standing at 10-3.

Colorado

Colorado at Nebraska
1 2 3 4 Total
Colorado 0
Nebraska 0
  • Date: November 26
  • Location: Memorial Stadium, Lincoln, NE

Colorado travels into Lincoln as both teams close their regular seasons. This series has produced many amazing and emotional finishes, and there is no reason to expect that this 69th clash will be any different. Like many teams, though, Colorado has a long ways to go to even up the series, which stands at 48-18-2 in Nebraska's favor.


Rankings

Ranking Movement
Poll Pre Wk 1 Wk 2 Wk 3 Wk 4 Wk 5 Wk 6 Wk 7 Wk 8 Wk 9 Wk 10 Wk 11 Wk 12 Wk 13 Wk 14 Final
AP
Coaches
Harris Not released
BCS Not released

References

  1. ^ "Football - 2010 Schedule/Results". University of Nebraska-Lincoln Athletics Department. http://www.huskers.com/SportSelect.dbml?SPSID=3&SPID=22&DB_OEM_ID=100&KEY=&Q_SEASON=2010. Retrieved 2010-01-05. 
  2. ^ "Nebraska 2010 Roster". University of Nebraska-Lincoln Athletics Department. http://www.huskers.com/SportSelect.dbml?spid=22&spsid=4&db_oem_id=100. Retrieved 2010-02-15. 
  3. ^ "Nebraska head coaches". HuskerMax. http://www.huskermax.com/coaches.html. Retrieved 2009-12-27. 
  4. ^ "Assistant coaches". HuskerMax. http://www.huskermax.com/coaches/assistants.html. Retrieved 2009-12-27. 

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