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Nebraska AD Says He Is Considering Scheduling These 2 Teams In Future

Quarterback Tommy Armstrong Jr. #4 of the Nebraska Cornhuskers leads the team on the field before the game.

LINCOLN, NE - NOVEMBER 12: Quarterback Tommy Armstrong Jr. #4 of the Nebraska Cornhuskers leads the team on the field before the game against the Minnesota Golden Gophers at Memorial Stadium on November 12, 2016 in Lincoln, Nebraska. (Photo by Steven Branscombe/Getty Images)

Nebraska left the Big 12 a few years ago. When they did, they left a couple of longstanding rivalries behind.

Gone were the Nebraska-Texas and Nebraska-Oklahoma series that produced some classic games. But there were other traditional matchups that disappeared as well.

Among them were Nebraska-Kansas State and Nebraska-Kansas. Sure, the Huskers dominated both of those "rivalries," but they were yearly meetings with incredible longevity.

Nebraska played Kansas for 105 straight seasons from 1906 to 2010. The Cornhuskers played Kansas State for 89 consecutive years from 1922 to 2010.

They haven't played either school in the last eight years, but that could be changing soon.

Today, Nebraska AD Bill Moos said he has had conversations with new head coach Scott Frost about adding the Jayhawks and Wildcats to future schedules.

As a fan of traditional matchups in college football, I'm down for this to happen.

Nebraska fans, how do you feel? Do you like adding KU and KSU to future slates?