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Treand3 last won the day on June 15 2015

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  1. DB Jamel Starks

    Hope he gets rates properly because his film is really good imo.
  2. OT Bryce Benhart

    Honestly why I'm excited about Anderson. Plenty of room to grow.
  3. They have and we it may be close again...but we winning. Appreciate it..One of my favorite characters. Maybe we do lose a game we shouldn't. .but it won't be NW. Not losing to these dudes two years in a row.
  4. WR Jamie Nance [Nebraska Commit]

    That finger point game is on point. In Henry's case, Held could've had him if he wanted him, and Henry was primed to commit. Washington took his spot.
  5. ***2019 Recruiting***

    @Mavric Paez of off the table - Wisconsin
  6. WR Cameron Coleman

    As long as both sides want each other, this needs to happen. Glad he and Walters are in constant communication.
  7. ***2019 Recruiting***

    I know it man. Just think using Oregon as a comparison isn't fair. Truth is the isn't one place in all of college football that is similar to Nebraska, and using a program that has had far more recent success operating with different recruiting pool than Nebraska is a bit unbalanced.
  8. ***2019 Recruiting***

    I'm not even debating that. Simply based off of what I mentioned. I couldn't care less if we lose California kids to them. If Nebraska gets itself right, recruiting will be just fine. Frost knows he needs talent to compete with the top East teams and the annual playoff contenders, but he's trying to fix a culture that is needed to start winning the west.
  9. ***2019 Recruiting***

    It's all good. Cause I think Frost is a better coach than either Taggart or Cristobal.
  10. ***2019 Recruiting***

    Guessing you're not considering L.A. to Eugene is a straight shot up I-5. There's also less major programs they have to go against to attract their talent. USC and UCLA can't sign everyone, not every kid can get admitted to Stanford. Arizona, Arizona st and Cal are mediocre programs. Most kids end up staying relatively close to home or somewhere culturally similar. The closest major metro areas comparable to L.A. are the Dallas Metroplex and Chicagoland. Oklahoma, Texas, TCU all recruit Dallas-Fort Worth and they can sell that they can play close to home and in the same conference. For Chicago, there is not nearly the same amount of talent that is produced in southern california(Look at the amount of 4*s that come out of So Cal) St. Louis is actually much smaller than the aforementioned, and OSU is paying rent there right now. Since everything should be parallel, in that Eugene is 900 miles from Southen California, other metro areas that are approximately the same distance from Lincoln with similar talent are Houston and Atlanta. We all know Nebraska or other B1G schools can't make a living there...its actually funny to think about. Hard pressed to ask kids to to skip the plethora of SEC schools in favor of an average Nebraska program.
  11. ***2019 Recruiting***

    It is only June. Nebraska also doesn't have the recruiting base Oregon has in California. I get it though.
  12. ***2019 Recruiting***

    Honestly, that's the assumption most, including myself, have made. Being competitive and improving as the year wore on. I know it's not good to assume things though.
  13. ***2019 Recruiting***

    No doubt it needs to be higher if we want to not only compete but win those big games. I think if things fall correctly it will be higher this year. Next cycle I'm pretty confident it will be higher. I honestly feel what we are seeing now is due to this staff being behind on the '19 class, nor are we coming off of a 13-1/top 10 type season. If we have any success on a conference level, recruiting will take off. I think Nebraska winning a division and being competitive in the CCG will look a lot different recruiting wise versus other recent B1G West winner imho. Agree a 7-5 type season will result in a similar average but an 8-4(9-4 with a bowl win) might be enough of a difference.
  14. ***2019 Recruiting***

    What would be a good number in your opinion? Obviously it needs to be higher, but I was merely basing off of it being a transition class. I don't think it will be a .8800+ but I wouldn't be surprised if it wasn't in the upper .87s., at least for this cycle. I feel the majority of the current class are the "substance" portion you speak of. Imo the "flash" will come in December and January.