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  1. If this kid is willing to switch schools, come here and play for Rhule and the Huskers, by switching from QB to WR…. In a day and age of divas, I will immediately become a huge fan
    18 points
  2. Deion is doing fine in the portal because he brought guys with him from JSU, one of which is his son. Credit him for getting Hunter to JSU in the first place but other than that there isn't much there. A two-star from Fresno State A two-star from JSU A mid-three-star from Missouri State A no-star from JSU A low-three-star from Louisville A low-three-star from JSU A low-three-star from JSU A mid-three-star from West Virginia A mid-three-star from Clemson A high-three-star from Arkansas A high-three-star from Kent State A mid-three-star from Western Michigan A mid-three-star from South Florida A mid-three-star from Dartmouth He is mainly doing well in the portal rankings because he has taken over twice as many transfers as most anyone else. If the above list was our transfer list, people would be incredibly underwhelmed. According to 247's system, Colorado has 71.41 transfer points on 20 commits, which averages to 3.57 per commit. Nebraska has 37.28 points on 8 commits, which is 4.66 per commit. That's not a perfect comparison but it illustrates that a lot of the high ranking is due to quantity, not necessarily quality.
    16 points
  3. What? We were sitting with the #60 class in the country when Rhule took over and now we are sitting with the #25 class and they are at #44. Why the hell would Deion be the "standard for an A"? The Deion worshiping that some people are doing is getting ridiculous.
    14 points
  4. The '94 Nebraska team was more about perseverance than actual dominance. Losing Frazier to a blood clot, then Berringer to a collapsed lung, starting a 3rd string QB on the road against a Top 10 opponent, playing the national championship game on the opponent's home field where they had been nearly unbeatable. That team was tough and overcame a lot of challenges. But they never lost a game, which Georgia did in '21. Meanwhile, the only challenge the '95 Husker team had to overcome was the LP situation. They beat the $h!t out of everybody. Georgia rolling over TCU was nice, but TCU (aside from their own fun, scrappy season) was not nearly the contender Florida was in 95. Florida was clearly better than anyone else in the country that year, until Nebraska ate their souls. Georgia beat Missouri by 4, Kentucky by 10, OSU by 1. Nebraska was more dominant overall and more consistent throughout the season.
    13 points
  5. Guess they shouldn't have lost then.
    13 points
  6. Rhule isn’t going to put himself at a disadvantage. Guys sit behind their keyboard and pretend to know more than Rhule and judge based on arm chair knowledge. Lmao. This guy may be an absolute bust, then, we can make judgements…. He may be the next Kliff K and we will be crying when he gets poached away…. Fact is, Rhule wants to win, he seems to understand the enormity of the situation…. He has coached him, coached over him, and truly thinks that he is the right guy….. people love negativity
    13 points
  7. Some other guys hired in their mid-20s. Hopefullly McGuire is as successful… Lincoln Riley was 25 when he was hired as Texas Tech’s WR coach Sean McVay was 25 when he was hired as Commander’s TE coach Lane Kiffin was 26 when he was hired as USC TE coach Ryan Day was 27 when he was hired as Temple’s WR coach Josh Heupel was 27 when he was hired as Arizona’s TE coach Billy Napier was 27 when he was hired as Clemson’s TE coach
    13 points
  8. I know you already know this...but the comparisons to Nazis is not about concentration camps. Not yet anyway. Those camps were a horrific byproduct from a fascist government that was not stopped. The comparison between the Nazis and GOP starts with the outright fascist tendencies that they share. Characteristics that you apparently value. Demonizing minorities and immigrants, hypernationalism, fear mongering, consolidating power, suppressing and banning critical viewpoints, disregarding democratic values and human values...
    12 points
  9. So...just to be clear. One guy had documents, hid them, lied about having them, obstructed the government to get them, condemned them for coming and getting them, rants on and on about how horrible our tyrannical government is because they came and got the documents and started and investigation on him. Republicans come to his support by also claiming the tyrannical government is being mean to him and should be investigated themselves for weaponizing the government. Republicans gain control over the House and immediately take actions that stop investigations into this guy and instead, investigate the government for being mean to him. One guy has people who found documents, notified the government that they were there and turned them over to the government. They looked further and found more documents and then notified the government they were there and turned them over. Republicans then come unglued proclaiming there must be an investigation into this guy and the documents. This guy, who is now President says...."OK" and a special council is set up to investigate and again, this guy says..."OK" and completely cooperates with the investigation. Somehow, Republicans think they have the moral high ground. Am I missing anything here? Edit:....I did forget something. The same Republicans that ignored subpoenas by congress...are issuing subpoenas and expect everyone else to respectfully show up and testify.
    12 points
  10. Yep. If they were lined up in a 4-3-4 I believe TCU would have won the game easily.
    12 points
  11. Thank you for bringing a reasonable perspective. Some of the takes are lazy and ignorant. when I was in college our DBs were coached by a GA that was a D Lineman. This teams gap isn’t a WR coach. It’s culture.
    12 points
  12. There is now way Rhule is dumb enough to hire a kid with no wr coaching experience on a rebuild . With the pool of money he got to work with and this is what he turns in???? I really hope I'm wrong but man this is lame as hell for now.
    12 points
  13. Harbaugh’s clock management didn’t cost Michigan any time, once TCU got the initial first down of that late possession. Whether he took the timeout immediately after TCU achieved the first down or waited like he did, there was always going to be 50-60 seconds left when TCU was punting the ball away.
    12 points
  14. Sure thing: WRs: Washington, Fleeks, Kemp, Brown, Hill, IGC, Hardy, Betts, Bonner, Jones, Coleman, Doss, Turner, Lloyd, Charles, Bell
    11 points
  15. a) What the hell is HMR2? Is that so much easier than typing Rhule?
    11 points
  16. I didn't know it was a sensitive topic. My apologies.
    11 points
  17. I’m so sorry you experienced that. Glad you were able to move on from it.
    11 points
  18. PFF: "Mazzccua is an absolute people-mover. His 78.5 run-blocking grade this season stood ninth among Power Five guards. The sophomore’s 14 big-time blocks were tied for second among all guards in the country."
    11 points
  19. I have a difficult time believing Rhule made a good faith effort to get the best possible WR coach, and it just happened to be this child. Biggest assistant $$ pool in program history. Absolutely baffling hire.
    11 points
  20. Disagree. Every crime comes down to intent. And on that the former guy stands out a bit more than the others. All by himself.
    10 points
  21. Cam Taylor-Britt with the game-sealing INT, even.
    10 points
  22. yes everyone google Johnson and let me know how it goes
    10 points
  23. 10 points
  24. Dude, how old are you? You have asked a dozen or more questions in 1 day.
    10 points
  25. No People make WAAAAAYYY too much of 3-4, 4-3, 3-3-5, etc.
    10 points
  26. So before we get into another one of Archy's attempts to muck up a conversation by getting nitpicky about one specific detail (I'm afraid we are already there though), let's remember that this particular point started when he responded to this: with this: The general comment and discussion is about Republican's failures and BS, but Archy wants to make it specifically about the House. It is true that the House passed a bill in 2017, which is what Archy wants to hang his hat on. His links show that. Way to go GOP! But that was not the same bill that McCain voted against. When it got to the Senate, the Republicans changed it, with a plan to defund and dismantle Obamacare, and come out with their replacement plan a couple of months later. https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/2018/11/21/recurring-gop-myth-about-john-mccains-no-obamacare-repeal/ Oh yes, there is Archy's boy Rand Paul going to work again. So the GOP Senator's changed it to repeal, but had no plan for replacement. McCain's concerns are mentioned here: https://www.nbcnews.com/health/obamacare/mccain-hated-obamacare-he-also-saved-it-n904106 and the statement from McCain's office: https://www.npr.org/2017/07/27/539907467/senate-careens-toward-high-drama-midnight-health-care-vote Sounds like the way today's GOP handles everything else, honestly. What a bunch of f&*k-ups. The GOP did not have a replacement. In the months and years following this, they still have yet to offer a replacement. The GOP House passed a bill that the GOP-controlled Senate could not pass, even when they changed the plan and changed the rules. Is this the point you are trying to make, Archy? Is this your defense of the Republicans when it comes to Healthcare. This is your Republican Utopia. They have no answers for anything, except chaos and disinformation.
    10 points
  27. This. So. Much. This. People like to act like "if we would just do this" or "there's no way that could work". But we've tried about every combination of how to go about things. There isn't a magic bullet. There's no "right" way to do it. If there was, everyone would be doing it the same way. You just have to get the right combination and fit.
    10 points
  28. Did we all interpret this #24ours hashtag wrong? It literally meant we were hiring a 24 year old?
    10 points
  29. Rhule said he was going to have a young staff. He has proven to have a good eye for young coaches in the past. Would have liked to have someone with more experience, but just going to trust Rhule on this one.
    10 points
  30. You can opt your kid out of their current school district by simply filling out a form with the DOE. You've been able to do that for years, without what right-wingers call "school choice." What "school choice" bills do - like the one Iowa just passed - is take taxpayer money and divide it into vouchers allocated for each student. Students that opt to go to private schools, which are overwhelmingly religious, take their taxpayer money out of the general budget. That means less money for public schools that are already cutting budgets. On top of that, those private schools have zero obligation to explain how they're using taxpayer money. So your taxes are paying for religious indoctrination by private schools without oversight. As the Iowa State Auditor said: There's a reason these bills are being pushed by the religious right. And there's a reason they're written to be vague and place little oversight on how your taxes are spent. The lie is that it's to benefit any kid who wants to move from their crappy school district to another.
    9 points
  31. https://www.huskerboard.com/index.php?/profile/14836-archy1221/content/
    9 points
  32. For the logically challenged and uninformed... Here's a good long read on what Fascism is and what it looks like. https://www.britannica.com/topic/fascism/Conservative-economic-programs If you can't find many similarities to the current Republican party you just aren't trying. (Note: I don't believe concentration camps are mentioned. If that is all you need to see to believe, then, by all means, continue being myopic.) Here's a much shorter read on how Hitler came to power. https://www.nationalww2museum.org/war/articles/how-did-adolf-hitler-happen Once again, if you don't see many significant similarities to Trump and the current GOP, you might be completely hopeless. Here's a definition of what an analogy is. analogy noun anal·o·gy ə-ˈna-lə-jē plural analogies 1 a : a comparison of two otherwise unlike things based on resemblance of a particular aspect b : resemblance in some particulars between things otherwise unlike : SIMILARITY 2 : inference that if two or more things agree with one another in some respects they will probably agree in others Please note- an analogy does not imply things have to be exactly the same. i.e. If Nazi Germany or fascism is being compared to the GOP, singular things or events, like concentration camps for example, are not a requirement for thinking people to be able to digest the analogy and see the other obvious similarities. I hope this information allows at least one of us to become smarter and more informed.
    9 points
  33. Aaaand the brainwash is complete with this one. Next.
    9 points
  34. Someone has no credibility when they are outraged over Hunter and Joe. Zero.
    9 points
  35. Yeah…..like when I told the coaches I was a defensive end and they said, “no, you’re a trombone player in the band”. And I said…ok.
    9 points
  36. I don't think it's fair at all to lump those together - the LP and Baldwin rabbit holes and the Omar Manning rabbit hole aren't even in the same universe. Obviously I'd prefer better production, but I'm totally fine if this is Omar Manning again. 100% worth the risk from a football perspective, and it really sounds like the team and resources were helpful for Manning personally. I haven't heard anything that would warrant even mentioning LP or Baldwin here.
    9 points
  37. Like I said, a complete lost cause. The issues the country faces are complex, and Republicans continuously display a complete lack of understanding these problems or even acknowledging their existence. Is inflation a uniquely American problem? No. In fact it's less of an issue here than in other advanced economies. But hey, I'm sure you're giving the Biden Administration credit for that record low unemployment. Are rising healthcare costs the result of demographic shifts of a rapidly aging baby Boomer generation, something demographers have known and warned about for decades? No, if you ask a Republican brain, it's the result of Obamacare. Why let a nuanced understanding of the world inform your views when you can let Fox News dictate those views for you? Is this the first time in history the stock market is down? No. But hey, I'm sure Republicans genuinely care about the American people and wouldn't in any way jeopardize those 401k accounts by using political theater over the debt ceiling (again!). It goes on and on. But hey, Conservatives have complained about education corrupting the youth since the 1950s so at least you're consistent on that one. PS - investigate Biden for mishandling documents. He should face punishment according to the law and regulations regarding them. There isn't a cult of personality around him.
    9 points
  38. I am so effing sick of unnecessary acronyms. Just type Rhule. It's 5 damn letters!
    9 points
  39. Probably on his 2 legs like the other guys.
    9 points
  40. Considering where we were at, and the pieces he has added thus far, I want to give an A... However; Colorado was in an ever worse spot, and Deion has put together a class that is almost unbelievable with all things considered. Since Deion is the standard for an A thus far, Coach Rhule gets a solid B... However, we are only a portion into the "semester", and "final grades" can't be made out until mid/late 2023 football season, in all honesty
    9 points
  41. He bought a new ladder at Target.
    9 points
  42. At this point, I'm just going to let Rhule do his thing. We've tried the hand-picked successor in Frank Solich - didn't work out. We tried the NFL guy in Bill Callahan - didn't work out. We tried the hot shot coordinator in Pelini - worked OK for a while. We tried the old .500 coach in Mike Riley - didn't work out. We tried the Prodigal Son in Scott Frost - didn't work out.
    9 points
  43. Your shtick of justifying support for Republicans by projecting onto Democrats is funny, but also sad.
    9 points
  44. Can’t wait for NU to have a game with a number of drops by the receivers and this board to freak out over the 24-year old WR coach.
    9 points
  45. Ok, so it sounds like you are upset with Raiola for not bringing in enough transfer o-linemen. They have brought in one (Scott), and thought they had another in Rouse. So, since Rouse was apparently blown away by OU’s NIL $, that makes Raiola a bad recruiter again. But, you are basing that opinion solely on his record with bringing in transfer o-linemen, who are the most difficult transfers to land (if they are any good).
    8 points
  46. STFU and change your avatar NOW!
    8 points
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