Nebraska Football: The Pros and Cons for the Huskers of the New B1G Divisions

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Nebraska Football: The Pros and Cons for the Huskers of the New B1G Divisions
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In what might have been the world’s most poorly kept secret, Brett McMurphy of ESPN is reporting that the B1G will ditch the Legends and Leaders divisional alignment and move to a geographical format.

The B1G West will reportedly consist of Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, Northwestern, Purdue and Wisconsin. The B1G East looks to house Indiana, Maryland, Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State, Penn State and Rutgers.

With the report of the ACC media rights deal through 2026-27, it looks as if the current 14-team roster may be in place for a while. So what are the pros and the cons for Nebraska with this proposed new alignment?

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