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      *NEW* Husker Football Commits - DE Casey Rogers, RB Miles Jones, WR Dominick Watt   01/16/2018

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  1. 2017 AVCA Poll

    I will eternally consider Penn State as #2.... Get it?
  2. CB Chris Mills [Missouri Commit]

    That could be true, but not at the tuf Missouri tiggers he doesn't.
  3. S John Huggins [Florida - Signed LOI]

    Boy, there is an awful lot of finger pointing going on in recruiting these days.
  4. How many years does he have to play? Redshirt?
  5. WR Justin McGriff [Nebraska - Signed LOI]

    Omg, everybody tweet him!! Jk
  6. Held needs a giant N poster to cove up all those other posters. Maybe a fathead of Frost.
  7. I think Frost knew right around the time of the meeting in Philly, so I can sympathize with the kid on that front. But at the same time, whether Frost knew or not, it was his responsibility to work in UCF's best interest, not NU's. It was a catch-22 moment for Frost. Damned if you do damned if you don't. It might have just been a slip of the mind on Frosts part too by phrasing it that way - unintentionally painting himself into a box. I talk to a lot of different clients/customers at work, and when I'm tired and client asks me a point blank question (that answering sometimes violate other clients' rights), sometime its tough to phrase an answer that isn't construed in the wrong way - especially when one is naturally honest and candid with people like Frost seems to be.... I can imagine Frost having some troubles with that aspect of everything. I doubt he meant or wanted to lie to recruits, but he couldn't just spill the beans to a 17 Y/O kid only for it to blow up on Twitter. These parents need to do a better job of explaining that part of life, because everyone, even Eriq, is put in a similar situation catch-22 moment at some point in life.
  8. I try to put NU into their shoes. And I've thought that if NU were to ever go independent and still expect to be included in the playoff discussion that we would need to do a few things. 1. Go undefeated 2. Play ND the weekend of conference title games essentially giving us both a CCG 3. No bye week, even if not all opponents aren't world beaters, we would play 1 more game than the P5 conference champions, and 2 more games than the schools that didn't make their CCG. Use it against them.
  9. S John Huggins [Florida - Signed LOI]

    Yeah his composit ranking makes no sense to me... He's #23 on espn, #67 on 247, and a 4* on rivals, but #88 overall on the composite?
  10. Agreed, it would be more harmful than good for Moos to make contact with any recruits.
  11. Yeah it happens all the time. I've seen plenty of Iowa and KST fans at NU games over years. I've even seen Tennessee fans in memorial stadium... The worst are the NU fans who appear to be fans of the other team. Forrest Gump: It happens. This might be the last time one of those Husker fans gets a chance to watch a Frost coached team in person. Who knows.
  12. Frost Gets Huskers to B1G CCG When?

    Until proven otherwise, he's going to have alternating 6-win teams and undefeated teams every other year.
  13. Yeah, but it was Canadian football.
  14. Logic like this is why we might always suck. It took TO 22 years, and he actually inherited a good program. I'm not pointing a finger at you necessarily, but some fans think that 7 or 8 wins "isn't gettingthe job done".... If we only have 8 wins for a decade, then I might agree. But after 3 years, if we've only put 8 wins together, then Frost is doing pretty well for the mess that this program has become. We need a good coach and leader, but we also need consistency and stability. Giving up after 3 years is nonsense, it takes longer than that to establish a new system... We might have successful teams in the mean time, but it's going to take 6 or 7 years, at a minimum, to establish a consistent conference/nationally competitive program. It takes time to recruit the players you want, and structure the roster the way he'll like. Which is to say there will be some on the field inconsistency in our next 3 years - and that's no reason to give up on a guy.
  15. Is he trying to say that Scott named his son Scott?