“He is tough, and I would say he is a winner,” Pelini said.
Huskers quarterback Taylor Martinez ranks No. 21 in total offense at 291.3 yards a game.
Defensively, the two teams have given up chunks of yardage and points to opponents. Nebraska has surrendered 24.7 points a game, ranking it 66th in scoring defense, and 364.7 yards a contest, 67th in the NCAA. Wyoming has given up 23 points (55th) and 414.7 yards (94th) a game.
Pelini said he isn’t worried about his team looking ahead to the Wisconsin game on Oct. 1.
“We keep our guys in the moment, and we do a good job of that,” he said.
But try as he might not to look ahead at Wisconsin, Bell allowed himself a glimpse of the Big Ten game when commenting about playing on the road in a small stadium before heading to Madison.
“It’s important to get a taste of what it’s like to be on the road,” he said. “It’s hard to compare Wyoming, though, with a place like Madison.”
Thanks to temporary seating being installed, about 32,500 people are expected to pack War Memorial Stadium, which has a listed capacity of just over 29,000. The listed capacity is the smallest stadium Nebraska has played in since 1971 when the Huskers played in front of 23,500 fans at Hawaii.
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