Touchdown! Touchdown! Touchdown… And your ultimate Nebraska Quarterback is Tommie Frazier! He beat out Eric Crouch with 65% of the vote to 35% for Crouch.
Both quarterbacks were a helluva lotta fun to watch but it is Frazier’s name that comes up when we talk about the best quarterbacks ever in all of college football and not just at Nebraska.

Thank you again to BrewCityHSKR for this pandemic distraction!
Ultimate Offensive Line Bracket
Next up – the Offensive Line. Here is Brew’s bracket:
1) Dave Rimington (11 points) – Elite talent, Elite ‘fro
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16) Bob Newton (4 pt) – One of the first Californians to play at Nebraska
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2) Aaron Taylor (10 pt) – Consensus All-American AT TWO DIFFERENT POSITIONS!!!
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15) Toniu Fonoti (4 pt) – Pancake Machine (mmmmm………..)
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3) Ed Weir (9 pt) – The OG, beat Notre Dame’s 4 Horsemen
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14) Kelvin Clark (4 pt) – Nearly drove TO to leave for Boulder (jk)
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4) Rick Bonness (8 pt) – The best OL you’ve never heard of
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13) Dean Steinkuhler (4 pt) – Yes….yes……let the hate flow through you!
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5) Jake Young (8 pt) – 2X Consensus AA Center for Taylor and Gdowski, hopefully kicking Bin Laden’s ass in the afterlife
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12) LaVerne Allers (5 pt) – Among the last of the generation of men named LaVerne
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6) Zach Wiegert (7 pt) – Exemplified “Pipeline”, scored 2 NFL touchdowns in 1997
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11) Tom Novak (5 pt) – “Train Wreck”, 4X All-Conference (!), played halfback, center, and linebacker
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7) Will Shields (7 pt) – Perhaps the best NFL player to ever come out of Nebraska
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10) Dominic Raiola (5 pt) – 14 years on the Lions, 2 winning seasons, and Raiola was never the problem
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8) Bob Brown (6 pt) – Nebraska’s first Modern-Era NFL Hall of Famer
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9) Mark Taynowitcz (6 pt) – Imagine having to replace Rimington, and then getting a Consensus, Unanimous AA

Source: Corn Nation