Former NFL veteran Jay Foreman on Overtime discusses the Nebraska Cornhuskers
Former NFL veteran Jay Foreman joined Jeff Thurn on Tuesday's edition of Overtime.
Foreman (@foreman5655) played in the NFL for eight years and is now a radio show host. Hear his conversation with Thurn below:
After losing to the Minnesota Gophers at home last week, Foreman offers his thoughts on the Nebraska Cornhuskers:
"Well obviously it wasn't good enough. You know, I mean Minnesota is a proven program and I totally 100% respect what Jerry Kill's done. Obviously being from Minnesota, I keep an eye on that program a little bit. Closer than the average Nebraska alumni, but in no fashion, should we have lost or ever lose to Minnesota. I just don't see that happening or seeing those scenarios, especially lose to them two years in a row in that fashion. One thing I do respect Minnesota and about them and what makes them an up and coming program, they know who they are. They are the same team every week so every time keep turning the tape, it's the same product. They are going be tough, physical, well-coached and they are going to run the ball. Obviously, that's one thing that has really hurt Nebraska the last few weeks."
Thurn is on ESPN 99.1 daily from 3 to 6 p.m. Follow Jeff on Twitter @jtespn991 and Sam @samtastad.