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Analyst Reveals His Score Prediction For Nebraska-Indiana

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LINCOLN, NE - SEPTEMPER 6: The Nebraska Cornhuskers play the McNeese State Cowboys at Memorial Stadium on September 6, 2014 in Lincoln, Nebraska. Nebraska defeated McNeese State 31-24. (Photo by Eric Francis/Getty Images)

Nebraska football is two wins away from becoming bowl eligible. With five regular season games remaining for the Huskers, that may seem doable. But a quick glance at their remaining schedule doesn't leave too much room for optimism.

Whether Huskers fans like it or not, Saturday's game vs. Indiana is a must-win contest. Scott Frost must have his team ready to go to battle against the Hoosiers.

Major college football analyst Ralph Russo has released his score prediction for Nebraska-Indiana. Despite a home-field advantage for the Huskers, Russo projects an Indiana victory.

You can find Russo's game prediction below.

If Indiana being favored at Nebraska is hard to believe know that from 1941-59 the Hoosiers went 9-0-1 against the Huskers. See, totally normal ... INDIANA 35-31.

Is Nebraska in trouble this weekend? Russo's prediction of an Indiana 4-point win isn't even considered an upset according to the spread. The Hoosiers are currently favored by 1.5 points.

If Nebraska loses this weekend, the Huskers are in trouble. A loss would drop Frost's team to 4-4. Nebraska still has to play Purdue, Wisconsin, Maryland and Iowa. The four remaining games features two at Memorial Stadium and the other two on the road.

As previously stated, Saturday is a must-win game for the Huskers.

You can find the rest of Russo's predictions here.