In a way, Ndamukong Suh probably kept Nebraska from getting as much credit as they deserved as a defensive unit. That's not a slight towards anyone, he was just that dominant. Suh was Bob Dylan and the rest of the Blackshirts were The Band.

Of course The Band ended up making a pretty good name for themselves when they finally stepped out on their own and released Music from Big Pink in 1968, an album so good that, according to Wikipedia, it convinced Eric Clapton to quit Creem.

So as we stare out from Suh's shadow towards a new spring season the question is this: Which returning Blackshirt will step into a starring role and be so good that Mack Brown will quit football?

Here are some names, thoughts and entirely subjective "Odds of Stardom":Jared Crick 3/1The five sack game carries a lot...

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