Former Nebraska All-American Ralph Brown: “Took a Week Off Last Week vs. McNeese State”
Ralph Brown joins Jeff Thurn on Thursday’s edition of Overtime.
Brown is a former Nebraska All-American, and two-time Super Bowl participant (Giants in 2000, Cardinals in 2009). He played 10 seasons in the NFL for the Cardinals, Vikings, Browns, and Giants. Hear his full interview below:
After the Nebraska Cornhuskers squeezed out a victory against McNeese State, should they be worried, or did they just have a bad day?
"I think it's just one game. If you go back and look at their first game against FAU, they were hitting on all cylinders. They had 784 yards of total offense. The defense played well and I think the whole country, a lot of Nebraska fans and me, myself just kind of crowned them as one of the best teams in the Big Ten. I think they read their newspaper clippings and took a week off going into the game against McNeese State and it showed up this last Saturday."
The Huskers play Fresno State this Saturday. All Nebraska games can be heard right here at ESPN 99.1
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