Colin Cowherd: Nebraska — not Iowa — is new 'fake ID' of college football
Nebraska is up to No. 6 in the country and heads into Saturday’s showdown in Madison undefeated.
But like last year’s Iowa squad, some are questioning how good the Huskers really are.
Last year, Fox Sports 1 host Colin Cowherd repeatedly called Iowa “the fake ID of college football.” He called them “posers” because they didn’t have five-star athletes and they didn’t schedule tough non-conference opponents.
This year, Cowherd said that title belongs to Nebraska:
Iowa was so last season.
Nebraska is the new Fake ID of college football. pic.twitter.com/a6B2ut3yHt
— Herd w/Colin Cowherd (@TheHerd) October 26, 2016
Cowherd did say that Nebraska gets credit for scheduling tougher non-conference foes than Iowa, but he obviously believes the 7-0 start isn’t as good as it looks.
Will the Huskers quiet Cowherd and all their other doubters with a win in Madison this weekend?