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  1. ESPN: 10 High-Stakes Games for the 2017 Season

    Not agreeing doesn't make my logic flawed.
  2. CFB Win Totals 2017 Released

    I didn't "imply" Nebraska had no shot at beating Wisconsin. I stated it outright. Listen, all Nebraska has to do to prove me wrong is win. Right now, we're .200 (1-5) against the Badgers. This year, the Badgers come to Lincoln, and we have (I think, finally) an accurate passing QB. I still think Wisconsin will win because I think they're more physical, they're better coached, they play harder, and they want it more. Their overall record against us bears this out. Talk about #AnInconvenientTruth I would love to hear how you came to the conclusion that they want it more than NU does Would think our (since 2011) .200 record against the Badgers would be ample evidence. But, since you asked... Maybe it's the fact that NU can't run the ball. We can't really throw against the Badger defense, and, all told, really can't do sh** against them. But right, I'm 100% sure that all our losses can be attributed to Wisconsin's higher recruiting classes and greater "talent" level. What in gods green hell leads you to think we can't pass against Wisconsin? Because in 2016 Tommy Armstrong had 153 yards passing and we gained, as a team, 152 yards rushing. That's 305 total yards. Hard to win any game with such low offensive output, let alone such a good division opponent. http://www.espn.com/college-football/boxscore?gameId=400869683 Or 2015, when Tommy passed for 129 yards. http://www.espn.com/college-football/boxscore?gameId=400763536 Or, 2014 when Tommy passed for 6/18 for 62 yards. http://www.espn.com/college-football/boxscore?gameId=400547974 Now I realize that now we finally might have actual QBs who can throw... But until they have a 250+ yard performance, in an actual game against Wisconsin, we really don't know. This site so bizarre sometimes. I'm pointing out things that are 100% true regarding Nebraska's dismal, year after year, performances against the Badgers, and I'm being put through the proverbial wringer like I'm stating things that are easily disproved and untrue. #That's The Internet I Guess
  3. Trump's America

    That particular demographic does control 90% of America and American industry. Sorry, I'm over-generalizing again,
  4. ***2018 Recruiting***

    It seems like Mike Riley and the rest of Nebraska's coaches are caught in an extremely rare conundrum.. For the 2018 class, there seems to be a bumper crop of legit, in-state, talent. So how to balance that with out of state recruiting?
  5. The Republican Utopia

    It's not.
  6. Trump's America

    The point is not the 10,000 .... The point is, 10,000...compared to a human employee who will cost 20,000 to 50,000, to do the same job. This world, the American (and world) economy is built on consumerism. What the hell is going to happen to the economy when 85% of the workers are unemployed and can't find work because robots/automation have taken all the jobs? What the hell happens to a consumer driven economy when 85% of the consumers can't afford (because they're not working) the goods offered?
  7. CFB Win Totals 2017 Released

    I didn't "imply" Nebraska had no shot at beating Wisconsin. I stated it outright. Listen, all Nebraska has to do to prove me wrong is win. Right now, we're .200 (1-5) against the Badgers. This year, the Badgers come to Lincoln, and we have (I think, finally) an accurate passing QB. I still think Wisconsin will win because I think they're more physical, they're better coached, they play harder, and they want it more. Their overall record against us bears this out. Talk about #AnInconvenientTruth I would love to hear how you came to the conclusion that they want it more than NU does Would think our (since 2011) .200 record against the Badgers would be ample evidence. But, since you asked... Maybe it's the fact that NU can't run the ball. We can't really throw against the Badger defense, and, all told, really can't do sh** against them. But right, I'm 100% sure that all our losses can be attributed to Wisconsin's higher recruiting classes and greater "talent" level.
  8. Republican Party

    LMFAO...Republicans...LMFAO
  9. Trump's America

    Moiraine said: I don't think I've seen any evidence that people don't appreciate that manpower is and still be required. But as I said in my previous post, the goal of machines is to reduce the need for manpower. Using machines to reduce the need for manpower...that's the antiquated, mid 20th century, view. We now, in 2017 America (and the 21st century) are now talking about how not only will robots "reduce the need for manpower" but they are more than likely going to take 85% of ALL jobs away, entirely. Let's see...I'm a rich, white male, republican, conservative, pseudo-Christian, business owner... I can either pay 5 full time employees, give them health insurance, PTO, vision, etc...which will equate to probably 500K minimum... Or... I can spend 10,000 dollars, buy two robots, who never need time off, never need to be paid, will never ask for time off, don't need health insurance, and will work 24 hours a day non-stop. Hmmmm...which option should I take??? ‚Äč
  10. Trump's America

    Zrod said: ...but the the robots aren't made out of plastic. The robots don't fab themselves... Then explain Skynet!!! HA! Checkmate!
  11. Mike Pence for President - 2017

    This is where I am at. Sadly, I sincerely doubt this will ever happen. As an aside: I can't even talk to my mom, her husband, or anyone else I know who loves and supports Trump, about anything negative. They are ALL convinced that Trump is a victim of a vast, left-wing, "liberal media" conspiracy. No amount of facts, logic, evidence, reason, or even common sense, will get them to change their minds.
  12. DOJ Initial Russia Hearings

    I'm pretty sure this ^^^ is "normal" and "business as usual".
  13. ESPN: 10 High-Stakes Games for the 2017 Season

    Agreed. I'll be shocked if Wisconsin beats us. Their schedule is insane. I've been calling it all the way we will beat them this year. @ 1995 Redux and Huskers44... Fellas, I like where your respective heads are at...but Nebraska will not beat Wisconsin this, or any other year. Wisconsin consistently: plays harder executes better is tougher and "wants" it more than Nebraska does. That's why they beat us every single year. You really need to learn how to state facts in past tense when it's appropriate and to quit lumping people and things into such black and white categories. It's very off-putting. What I said covers up to right now...hence usage of present tense. Can anyone make the case that Wisconsin hasn't utterly dominated Nebraska since we've joined the Big 10? What's wrong with being definitive here and putting things in stark "black and white?" Nebraska joined the Big 10 in 2011. The Huskers have beaten the Badgers one time. Once! Three other times, we've been taken behind the woodshed and beaten so badly I think Melvin Gordon is still scoring TDs against the defense. Look, I'm not going to apologize for being blunt. When Nebraska starts playing better: beating Wisconsin at least half the time, doesn't get pounded by Ohio State by 59, and/or lose to Iowa by 30, etc...then I'll give full credit. We all appreciate the history lesson, but nobody here has forgotten what a disaster our series eith Wisconsin has been. Now, subtract the Pelini era debacles from the equation and only look at what currently matters, the last two seasons. The games were viciously close, and let's be frank, we weren't that great of a team overall either year. I, as well as many others, expect the Badgers to take a step back in 2017. So even if Nebraska doesn't improve (which we will), with the game being in Lincoln, we have the advantage. Cling to the Pelini-Wisconsin beatdowns all you want, they have little bearing on this season. Not "clinging" to anything. Once again, pointing what should (but is not) blatantly obvious: Wisconsin utterly owns Nebraska. Until we start notching victories, and not get beaten like a red-haired adopted dog, yeah...I'm going remain skeptical.
  14. CFB Win Totals 2017 Released

    I didn't "imply" Nebraska had no shot at beating Wisconsin. I stated it outright. Listen, all Nebraska has to do to prove me wrong is win. Right now, we're .200 (1-5) against the Badgers. This year, the Badgers come to Lincoln, and we have (I think, finally) an accurate passing QB. I still think Wisconsin will win because I think they're more physical, they're better coached, they play harder, and they want it more. Their overall record against us bears this out. Talk about #AnInconvenientTruth
  15. CFB Win Totals 2017 Released

    I'd say it's fair for him to make that suggestion if you are going to predict we never beat Wisconsin....until we do beat them. I didn't say anything about anything being unfair. Just asked a question seeking clarification from someone because I wanted to make sure I understood what he was saying.
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