The #8/#9 seed matchup was decided by one vote in the first round. Will we have any more squeakers in the second? Wow! We had a really competitive vote in the first round between #8 Josh Bullocks and #9 Tyrone Williams. Ultimately Bullocks prevailed by one vote.
We had more upsets in this bracket than any other one so far. The largest was #13 Barron Miles defeating #4 Dana Stephenson. Keyou Craver at #11 got past #6 Bret Clark and #10 DeJuan Groce gathered more votes than #7 Bruce Pickens.
In an upset in “name only” (see what I did there?) #5 Dave Butterfield held serve against #12 Wonderful Terrific Monds.
I feel like I should continue to post a photo of Wonder Monds in the rest of these brackets just because I want to type “Wonderful Terrific” each time.
Alright Husker fans. You have some tough choices ahead of you in this round. Vote wisely.
BUT VOTE! (I mean that here and in real life)

Some of the abbreviations you will see below:
AA – All-AmericancAA – consensus All-AmericanuAA – unanimous All-AmericanAC – All conferencePBU – pass break upsINT – interception
Elite Eight
Polls close Tuesday evening.
1) Ralph Brown – cAA, 3X AC. The most PBUs of any Husker in a career (50) and game (7). Was a Blackshirt for his first game of his true freshman year. ( bio)
8) Josh Bullocks – AA, AC. Set a Husker record with 10 INTs in one season ( bio)

2) Prince Amukamara – cuAA, 2X AC. Nebraska’s most recent, great DB. As a Sophomore, Bo considered him as a potential RB, but Prince was a Blackshirt by the start of conference play. ( bio)
10) DeJaun Groce – AA, AC. 17 PBUs in a season is a Husker record, followed it up with 14 the next season. ( bio)

3) Mike Brown – AA, AC, AAA. The most tackles of any Husker DB, 287, good for 3rd all time. NFL All-Pro. ( bio)
11) Keyuo Craver – AA, AC. Played in every game from true freshman to senior. Second in career PBUs ( bio)

5) Dave Butterfield – cAA, 2X AC. Part of a defense that held consecutive Big 8 opponents to 14 and 34 passing yards. (He gets my vote for best roster photo in this bracket – bio)
13) Barron Miles – 2X AC. An injury in the preseason of his first NFL season derailed his NFL career. No biggie, he became a Canadian Football League Hall of Famer. ( bio)


Source: Corn Nation