I often think I might be missing a few things in today's world of college football, but in my opinion, I would like a team of players that want to be teammates and want to work hard for each other, their coaches and fans. I don't think talent always translates to quality and would rather develop good kids into talented players than have talented men with no character. Yes every team needs it's share of talent especially defensive back 7 and ball handlers, but at what price? I for one am most proud of our program when you talk about graduation rates, GPA and academic All-Americans. We may have to lower our standards for a few years on the type of players recruited to regain the most important part of college football (momentum). Bowl games, wins, championships matter when recruiting to develop a culture of long term dominance. Can we have it all, great character, great talent and positive results? I sure hope so or it goes against what Nebraskans represent. Do the right things on and off the field from top down. Parents will get what a solid caring program can do for their children, we just need some better results and soon. I don't want to support thugs on the field just because they run a 4.3 40. We need to be more than that and strive to be an example of something besides win at any cost. FYI I hate losing, just not as much as winning at any cost. I know it is 2020 and football dynamics change but I can still hope and dream for the best for our Loyal Husker fan base. What does Nebraska Football look like to you??