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  1. losing recruits to Michigan?

    proven coaches
  2. Tim Beck to Ohio State

    While i respect Meyer, he really has no idea why Bo and Solich where fired. He seems to think they were both fired for the W/L record. He isnt accustom to a university the demands you represent them in a positive light. Solich and his personal relationships where not painting NU in a positive light. Bo and his brothers actions did not represent the university in a positive manner. While a Meyer is a great coach, common sense isnt his strong area.
  3. 8 Down 1 to Go...Who Will Be Our WR Coach?

    it takes a few days to get all the paperwork in order
  4. Tim Beck to Ohio State

    Great news for Husker fans
  5. There is "promise" and there are results. Look at the collegiate offenses and skill players Ron Brown had a hand in coaching over the years... ...now do the same for Davis. Now, which one looks more successful, judging by the results in most every way that they can be measured? Really guys, how many gallons of Kool-Aid does one have to chug to ignore what we have seen in Brown's 24 years as a coach so you can buy into the notion that someone being labeled as "promising" is an upgrade? You guys can have the last word on this one. all them NFL receivers Ron coached over that 20 years......You have to cut the guy some slack there. We were running the option offense where our WR were lucky to catch 1-2 balls per game. They were spending most of their time blocking.so is he fit to coach receivers in an offense to the philosophy predicated on a hell of a lot more passing than what we did in the 80s and 90s? You proved my point. Thank you. Umm, he went from the option to the spread, and coached the sh#t out fo the TE's and the RB's. So he has taught three different offensive positions in two different offense philosophies.... AND SUCCEEDED! you're proving a lot of points...
  6. There is "promise" and there are results. Look at the collegiate offenses and skill players Ron Brown had a hand in coaching over the years... ...now do the same for Davis. Now, which one looks more successful, judging by the results in most every way that they can be measured? Really guys, how many gallons of Kool-Aid does one have to chug to ignore what we have seen in Brown's 24 years as a coach so you can buy into the notion that someone being labeled as "promising" is an upgrade? You guys can have the last word on this one. all them NFL receivers Ron coached over that 20 years...... You have to cut the guy some slack there. We were running the option offense where our WR were lucky to catch 1-2 balls per game. They were spending most of their time blocking.
  7. I dont agree with Ron's religious beliefs, but you cant ignore the success of the players he has coached. I dont care if he was from the Callahan era, the guy can motivate and coach. Ya, he sucks at recruiting. While i would love to see them find a spot for him, its not the end of the world. fwiw, i think this "lack" of an offer has more to do with Perlman, than it does Riley. Perlman sour on TO quickly after all the Bo issues, and the hits to his ego from all the boosters siding with TO. No evidence of this, just a feeling.
  8. If we lose 4 games, I hope this board

    I think it will be more like... 10 or 11 wins = If Bo had been here, he could have done that with this years shedule, OR this is all Bo's players and talent, etc. 9 wins = Why did we fire Bo again? 8 or fewer wins = FIRE HIM and hire Bo back!
  9. "Look who I found in Lincoln! It's @sj39! #GBR"

    Marshawn Lynch
  10. "Look who I found in Lincoln! It's @sj39! #GBR"

    good recruiting tool!
  11. If we lose 4 games, I hope this board

    Do you really think Bo was fired for losing 4 games? He was fired because of his attitude and the teams mentality (us against the world). He would have been fired several years ago had he not won 9+games in 2012 and 2013.
  12. Hank Hughes New Husker Defensive Line Coach

    The last guru we had gave up 408 yards to one player... QFT
  13. The Tangent Thread, Dec 2014 Edition

    Over the last few weeks, you have shown to have potential as a lifelong below average poster. You have added nothing to any discussion except that all the hires suck. It is clear you don't support anything. Please take it to the the Youngstown board Kaz. Why is it ok for the sunshine pumpers to get excited over nothing (what some considered lackluster hires). But when someone isnt impressed, the sunshine pumpers jump all over him, calling him "not a fan", "go follow Bo", etc. I wanted Bo and his staff of HS coaches gone 3 years ago..... and i am very underwhelmed by the several of Riley's hires. This is no different than the Bo pumpers saying we had injuries, wait till next year, we dont have talent here yet, blah blah blah - and calling people names and degrading them because they didnt support Bo..... we know how that turned out. Redder, they have an ignore function! Try using it next time instead of proving what most of us already thought about you.
  14. Hank Hughes New Husker Defensive Line Coach

    That helps, but it isn't enough to guarantee good recruiting. 2009 and 2010 were very good Defenses that didn't lead to top tier recruiting. I think the pieces are on the roster to have a really good D over the next couple of seasons, I also think I think there is talent, but we need to find a rush end and better speed at LB……. depth is an issue I think our LB issues had more to do with coaching and scheme. Look at Will Compton and Eric Martin! Both are on NFL teams, but were said to be too slow when they played here. The only successful LB in Pelleni's era was L David, and that dude was a freak. David would have been a monster on any team. Again, I think we have talent at LB, we just need a decent LB coach and a scheme that allows them to play faster.
  15. Shawn Eichorst's ripples.....

    Just stop with the 9 win thing. 9 wins simply means you win less than 70% of your games. Not exactly something to brag about. TO won 83% of his games, he can [won't] brag all he wants. T_O_B Apparently, to some people, beating up on lesser quality opponents makes you good.
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