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“Honestly, I’ve seen this coming for a long time,” Scott Frost said of the Huskers' win. “When you get on a roll and you get some momentum and you get winning, it seems like it just keeps going in that direction.
JD Spielman is embraced by Austin Allen after scoring a touchdown against Maryland. Spielman scored two touchdowns.
Running back Rahmir Johnson is greeted by his teammates after scoring a third quarter touchdown. In his pregame message, Scott Frost focused on the Huskers physically celebrating and having more group joy.
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Congratulations on a victory. However, let's not confuse Maryland with Iowa.
I don't think anyone is doing that jim….Maryland looked about as sorry and lost of a team I've ever seen..nonetheless….great team victory...a b 12 shot to the team....not predicting nuthin..but man..sure feels like a fistfight Friday..we'll see....its definitely going be chippy to start fa sure....if the offense plays well...the defense and stadium will follow and be absolutely mad dog beserk hysteric.......
also hawkeyes needed a late turnover to hold off a trending Illinois team..lets not confuse iowa with ohio state either....
Maryland looked about as sorry and lost of a team I've ever seen, except for your own. A 3rd from the bottom beats the 2nd from the bottom team.....
I predict they will play about as well as you write.