Nebraska is coming off an embarrassing loss at UCLA and Arkansas State can pile up points in a hurry.
So the Red Wolves definitely have the Cornhuskers' attention.
''We don't want to overlook anybody,'' Nebraska tight end Kyler Reed said. ''We've done that in the past. We can't do that again.''
Arkansas State is guaranteed $1 million for Saturday's game - the most Nebraska has ever paid an opponent for coming to Lincoln. And the Red Wolves (1-1) bring along a fast-paced offense similar to the UCLA spread that shredded Nebraska (1-1) for 653 yards. Arkansas State quarterback Ryan Aplin is one of the most prolific run-pass threats in the nation.
The Red Wolves' confidence is fueled as much by its come-from-behind win over Memphis as fellow Sun Belt member Louisiana-Monroe's upset of then-No. 8 Arkansas.
''Nobody's invincible,'' Aplin said. ''It definitely gives you more motivation. You go out ...