Geography is destiny. Where you are often dictates the outcomes in your life, whether you want to admit it or not. You geography affects everything - your economic opportunity, the medical health problems you may encounter in life, even things as small or as simple as your everyday mood. Where you are often dictates what you are and how you live. This social-psychological truism can be applied to college football programs. Geography is a major factor in recruiting players, which is one of the most essential elements in a program's health. There are other factors, sure. But geography is important. It's not about weather. Weather is an overrated factor. I am talking about access to population centers, and high school programs that churn out players. For Nebraska, there are some serious...

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