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1 hour ago, HuskerMav11 said:

 

Tom's not an idiot. He left when he did for a reason. Also, another 6 years, and I bet he still would have given the job to Solich. You're delusional.

Not following you, what was the reason Tom left at that time?

 

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On 9/22/2017 at 7:54 AM, unlfan said:

I will be VERY disappointed if we end up with the Trev/Frost combo.

 

As of today, I'd be a lot more on board with the HC Scott Frost idea than AD Trev Alberts.

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49 minutes ago, Dagerow said:

 

Sure it’s great to have an alum, but it’s bettet to have the best coach available

 

I'm sure a lot of people in this profession would love knowing how to determine that.

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50 minutes ago, southernoregonhusker said:

Lots of you guys will hate Frost.  He runs Oregon's offense.

 

Better than the crap offense we run right now. It puts up points.

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59 minutes ago, southernoregonhusker said:

Lots of you guys will hate Frost.  He runs Oregon's offense.

What does this even mean?  At what point is it Scott Frost's offense at UCF?

 

Today I saw a team that played 3-4 running backs, couple of true freshman receivers and and undersized QB that could run and throw well.  It wasnt flashy/gimmicky, but most importantly it wasn't stale and predictable.

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1 hour ago, gorp512 said:

 

Mathematically, it does constitute a winner

 

17-13 record at Nebraska is a winner to you? I guess Bill Callahan's 27-22 record at Nebraska "mathematically" makes him a big winner in your book. 

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1 minute ago, FTW said:

 

17-13 under Riley at Nebraska is a winner to you? I guess Bill Callahan's 27-23 record at Nebraska "mathematically" makes him big winner in your book. 

 

Not a big winner but technically a winner.

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On ‎9‎/‎22‎/‎2017 at 9:33 PM, Nebhawk said:

Honestly, we are stuck in the 90's aren't we?  That is the last thing we have to hang our hats on isn't it?  Embrace it yet.  So what if thats what it is.  The more fans try to deny this fact, the more unrealistic we seem.  Doesn't every program clamour for the good old days of winning titles?

 

So what.  Its true, we are stuck in the 90's.  Chancellor said it yesterday as well.  He would like to see this program look like it did in the 90's.  

 

 

I'd settle for the 80's.  

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5 minutes ago, FTW said:

 

17-13 record at Nebraska is a winner to you? I guess Bill Callahan's 27-22 record at Nebraska "mathematically" makes him a big winner in your book. 

 

Sometimes you need to realize when you're getting trolled.

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7 minutes ago, gobiggergoredder said:

What does this even mean?  At what point is it Scott Frost's offense at UCF?

 

Today I saw a team that played 3-4 running backs, couple of true freshman receivers and and undersized QB that could run and throw well.  It wasnt flashy/gimmicky, but most importantly it wasn't stale and predictable.

It means he uses the forward pass.  Read some of the posts from our fellow posters and you'll see all they want to do is rush the ball.

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2 minutes ago, southernoregonhusker said:

It means he uses the forward pass.  Read some of the posts from our fellow posters and you'll see all they want to do is rush the ball.

10-4..thanks

 

id take what I saw against MD today in a heartbeat.

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2 minutes ago, southernoregonhusker said:

It means he uses the forward pass.  Read some of the posts from our fellow posters and you'll see all they want to do is rush the ball.

 

I want onea them smashmouth offenses.

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22 hours ago, Hans Gruber said:

There's a lot to like about Frost. He wouldn't be my first choice. If the top 3-5 guys that Nebraska wanted to hire said no though, then I would be fine hiring him as a backup option.

 

There's two things I really like about Frost (not related to him playing at Nebraska specifically). First, he's been both an offensive coordinator (Oregon) and a defensive coordinator (UNI). That gives him a strong grasp of both offensive and defensive football and how they play off each other.

 

Second, look at the football minds he learned from as a player and coach. Frost has learned under Bill Walsh, Tom Osborne, Bill Parcells, Bill Snyder and Chip Kelly. That's quite the education in football. Most coaches would kill for an apprenticeship like that.

And don't forget he also played safety in the nfl. 

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17 minutes ago, gobiggergoredder said:

Today I saw a team that played 3-4 running backs, couple of true freshman receivers and and undersized QB that could run and throw well.  It wasnt flashy/gimmicky, but most importantly it wasn't stale and predictable.

 

Man, that would be a breath of fresh air...

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