Nebraska football fans got their final fix of the Big Red on Saturday, seeing an entertaining Red-White game won by the Red squad, 32-25. The starters did not get a tremendous amount of playing time, so fans got a chance to see a number of players down the depth chart and gained at least a little insight as to where each player might stand.
So let’s project what the two-deep depth chart for Nebraska looks like after spring practice. Remember, this is a projection, meaning it is what I think the depth chart would look like, not what I think it should look like. For example, I’d have Stanley Jean-Baptiste ahead of Josh Mitchell at starting cornerback, but I don’t think Bo Pelini agrees with me on that assessment.
Also, remember that all of the fall recruiting class has yet to arrive, and in many positions, those new players will change the depth chart dramatically. But, at least for now, here’s how I would project Nebraska’s two-deep depth chart.