Luke Fickell has constructed something extraordinary at Cincinnati. Could he truly think about leaving the Bearcats for Nebraska?
The most recent hypothesis encompassing the Huskers’ head instructing search recommends that perhaps it’s plausible.
Luke Fickell: “(Washington mentor) Kalen DeBoer, fail to remember it, he’s not coming,” The Athletic’s Mitch Sherman said on Hail Varsity Radio. “I know he’s from this piece of the nation, (yet he) doesn’t need the work. I don’t have the foggiest idea how I can be any more clear. That is from an individual who’s near him, who was in Seattle with him on Saturday to watch the Huskies play Colorado. He’s not on a plane to Lincoln. He’s not keen on the gig. They’re not conversing with him. He doesn’t need it … Fickell, I think, I’m somewhat intrigued. I believe there’s a smidgen of something there.
Luke Fickell: He’s playing Friday. It probably won’t make any difference to the hunt, to his allure or his appeal to Nebraska, however he would be accessible on Saturday. In the event that there will be a declaration Saturday, just so assuming that you catch wind of a declaration coming Saturday, you know, he’s part of the gang that would in any case be in cooperate with someone like Matt Rhule, who doesn’t have some work at the present time. That would remove individuals from play like Chris Klieman and Spear Leipold who are instructing against one another on Saturday. I really do feel that it’s fascinating.”