For Nebraska, it will be particularly rough if the Big 12, its old league, offers it a go. And if it does, at least Nebraska reminded everyone how much money it is making in the Big Ten (about $54 million per year, or about $15 million more than the Big 12 average). Stuck on the leagues far western fringe, no longer with the kind of access to Texas high school skill that the Big 12 offered, Nebraska was always a dicey proposal as a Big Ten member. Nebraska typically ends up 4th or fifth in Big Ten recruiting per Rivals.com and in between 20-25 nationally. Since signing up with the league, 39 five-star recruits have actually signed with Big Ten schools.

And if it does, at least Nebraska advised everyone how much money it is making in the Big Ten (about $54 million per year, or about $15 million more than the Big 12 average). Stuck on the leagues far western fringe, no longer with the kind of access to Texas high school skill that the Big 12 supplied, Nebraska was constantly a dicey proposition as a Big Ten member. Nebraska normally completes 4th or 5th in Big Ten recruiting per Rivals.com and in between 20-25 nationally.

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