The Huskers are a lot more like football supporters.
They want to see their team succeed, and they can’t wait to get their hands on the latest, hottest new player.
And that’s where Huskers recruiters come in.
The program is working to get more players into the game as soon as possible, and its recruiting department has taken a proactive role in the effort, according to several people with knowledge of the effort.
One of those people said recruiting has been “tremendously successful” since Petersen took over the program in 2017.
The recruiting effort has been a priority for Huskers president Mike Riley and head coach Chris Perkins since he took over in 2016, and the Huskers have made significant strides in recent years.
In fact, according the recruiting information released by the NCAA, Nebraska has been ranked as the nation’s No. 2 program in recruiting in recent seasons, and 247sports ranks Nebraska as the No. 7 program in the country, behind Oklahoma and Baylor.
It’s a testament to the success of the Husker program that the Huskies are so successful recruiting in the first place.
But the recruiting effort is also a testament that it’s not enough to win games.
“The recruiting effort at the Husky football program is the most successful in the conference,” a source close to recruiting told ESPN.
“And it’s a program that has the talent to be a good football program for a long time.
It takes a lot of talent, but a lot can be achieved by recruiting.”
Petersen has led the Huskins to two straight Big Ten titles, and his recruiting prowess has been on full display in the last two years.
Petersen is also in his fourth season at the helm of the program, and he has led Nebraska to four consecutive bowl appearances.
Last season, Nebraska made it all the way to the College Football Playoff semifinals, while the previous five seasons combined to go winless in the regular season.
The Huskies finished 5-7 in those five seasons, but Petersen and his staff are ready for a much tougher challenge in the second half of the season.
It all starts with the football program.
“Our recruiting staff is the best in the Big Ten,” Petersen told 247sports in an interview earlier this month.
“It’s a great recruiting staff.
They’ve been doing it for a number of years.
I think it’s the best program I’ve ever been around.”
That’s something Petersen is eager to get back to.
He’s been at Nebraska since 2011, and since he came to the Big 12 in 2013, he’s won three Big Ten championships.
But Petersen has always had his sights set on the Big East, and that is where he’s been focused for the last few years.
“I love the conference.
I love it as a state,” Petersen said at the time.
“We’re always working on getting into the Big 10.
We’re always looking to get into the ACC.
But, I love the conferences.
“Because they’re our friends and their fans. “
And I think that’s a big part of our success.” “
Because they’re our friends and their fans.
And I think that’s a big part of our success.”
The recruiting efforts are a testament of Petersen’s success, and what he’s trying to accomplish at Nebraska.
“They’re the best recruiting team I’ve been around,” Petersen added.
“You know, it’s all about recruiting.
They are the best football team in the state of Nebraska.”
The Husker football program has been recruiting in Nebraska since 2012.
(Getty Images) Petersen has made recruiting a priority in recent months.
The following is an excerpt from an ESPN.com article written by ESPN senior college recruiting analyst Adam Zagoria.
Petersen has spent the past two years working to make Nebraska one of the best teams in the nation.
In 2016, he took the Huskies to the Rose Bowl for the first time in franchise history, and in 2017, he earned a national championship.
He also won three conference titles in his first three years, and led Nebraska in recruiting.
“What we’re trying to do at Nebraska is make sure we’re on the rise and we’re playing at the highest level, and recruiting is a big deal for us,” Petersen explained.
“That’s our No. 1 priority, and we’ve got to keep recruiting, and keep building.”
It’s no secret that Petersen’s focus on recruiting has paid off for the Huski program, but he has to do it.
He has to build a roster that’s ready to compete for championships in the coming years.
That means having a winning culture at the university, and keeping an eye on the progress of other programs as well.
“When you get in a recruiting environment like that, you’ve